I made this photo in Nov. of this year in Key Colony Beach, FL, in the Middle Keys. I set up my tripod right at the edge of a seawall looking southwest toward the setting sun. It was a blustery afternoon and heavy clouds moved in as I was waiting. I thought this particular sunset was going to be a bust, but I waited it out. As luck would have it, the clouds broke up a bit right after the sun had set and allowed a portion of the scene to be light with a warm glow. I shot this with a Fujifilm X-T30 and 16-80 mm F4 lens, set at 16 mm (24-mm equiv). The exposure was 1/25th sec at f/20, ISO 640. I didn't go for a slower shutter speed because I wanted to show some of the choppiness of the sea to go with the feeling of the dark clouds and cool-green portion of the water.
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