With cold and wind and rain, I have had little desire to get out. Throw in some holiday festivities and baking and celebrating, and you have even more excuses. Today, I plan on re-organizing the studio in preparation for the upcoming New Year.
I brought two cameras for our trip to the Carpinteria Bluffs above the Pacific Ocean. One was the Nikon V3, and the other the Trip 35. This is from the Trip, and it did a pretty good job! There really is something about film that digital cannot replicate.
Many of the older piers along the Southern California coast have either fallen away, or been converted to places to buy a taco or cast for shore fish. This is a newer, working pier, designed for the pickup and transport of workers from the oil rigs in the Santa Barbara Channel.
Part of the underpinnings of a pier.
Today’s image, and the last two, were all taken in the evening as the sun went down.