Variations of an Empty Ocean

I can get totally absorbed watching waves roll and clouds move. San Diego’s Sunset Cliffs is a very nice spot for that, the height of the cliffs is just right. High enough to stand above it all and not get distracted by too many details, but not too high either, still close enough to see the details of wave movement and spray flying.

After winter and spring storms when the sky is getting calmer again already and the clouds disperse, the sea is still churning. Looking at this seemingly endless, empty ocean with the camera is a photographic meditation. And it continues on the computer, where each image seems to reveal a different character and wants to be processed in its own way to bring it out. I’m very happy with this selection:

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