Was out setting up to shoot this and a newlywed couple asked if I could take their picture.
Ocean Beach sunset over the rocks.
Yesterday's clouds had all the makings of an sky covering parade of colors but in the end, only a small portion caught fire. Taken at the Imperial Beach Pier well after sunset with a rising tide.
One of the endless waves sweeping over the rippled beach.
A wavering reflection of the colors present over the distant Imperial Beach Pier.
A few colors over the Cuyamacas yesterday evening.
If you go the other way on Sunrise Highway, you might see a sunset, or at least some colorful clouds.
Ripples in time patiently awaiting their inevitable reshaping by the sea.
Reflected sunset colors over San Diego as the full moon rises in the East and a Coast Guard cutter passes in front of downtown.
Some of the almost unbelievable reds that adorned the sky well after the sun set behind the Imperial Beach Pier.
Plenty of bivalves kept the beach from being its usual fairly smooth self but the colors overhead far outweighed those brief imperfections.
An explosion of color over the city of San Diego this morning.
The tide was really starting to come in when the colors arrived.
The afterglow party occurring over the Imperial Beach Pier.
Sunset colors above and below the Imperial Beach Pier as the tide started to rise.
A small bit of fire in the sky over the San Diego skyline.
After a day and half of just gloomy clouds, a little hint that tomorrow might be a brighter day. Gator Beach looking towards Point Loma during a fairly low tide.