I didn’t want to be encumbered with a bag so my license and phone were in my pockets, camera on the seat. I was ready! Shades of approaching sunset filled the sky. As I drove towards the bay, cormorants in their v formations were headed away from the water for points inland. Night was falling!
There were people on the boardwalk and I felt safe though I was on my own tonight. I headed to the gazebo, a favourite location for bird observation, though I didn’t expect to see any this time of day. It is a great vantage point for views out the bay as well.
Looking out on the water, a spotlight from the last rays of sun was focussed on Indian Head Lighthouse. “Capture that for sure,” I said aloud. Camera on and up...uh-oh, No Card Present screamed at me through the viewfinder. The SD card was home on the mantle. After thoughts best left unspoken, I drove home.
Sunset had passed but light lingered in the western sky. Determination made me take photos of the pink and orange sky from the balcony.
I like the results.