I'm in my last couple days up here on the North Coast, so I'm making the best of it. I went out shooting yesterday evening after what turned out to be a 16 hour work day. I was deliriously tired, wandering into the dark near a beach I've photographed before when I spotted this wooden walkway. Several squid-fishing vessels were out, complete with the brightest sodium lamps I have ever seen (hence the color temp). I noticed one of them making rounds around a distant sea-stack, so I decided to wait until it was behind it before doing a bit of light painting. The grass colors were interesting, and varied with proximity to the walkway (I'm guessing the wood helps sequester moisture). All in all I spent about two hours shooting before getting home to wake up again today at 5. 

All in all, I'd say it was a productive, worthwhile evening  What do you think? 

One ridiculously tired Austin