Here’s the wrap up to this string of Central California Coast posts – and it’s in Santa Cruz – where we only spent a few hours but where I probably snapped the most images. And during that 5 hours – I worked on a few things – including flat, simple compositions – then a bit of trying to capture the “moment” – and then some Lensbaby.
By this time in the trip – Jim had already left to catch his redeye back to Michigan – and Hugh and I just thought we’d work on some travel-style images on and around the boardwalk.
After we wrapped up in Santa Cruz – it was over the hill to San Jose for dinner at the In-N-Out near the airport – where I had a Double-Double (animal style) with extra produce. Though next time – I might have to cut out the extra produce – that makes for a mighty tall burger.
More in this series:
- Part I: Asilomar State Beach
- Part II: Pt Lobos
- Part III: Driving to Big Sur
- Part IV: Shooting Fish in a Barrel
- Part V: Monterey’s Lover’s Point