Fitzgerald Marine Reserve: A Visual Addendum

FMR Seascape with Dead Tree
The remains of a tree thrusts heavenwards in a dramatic salute to the glory of the sky. © Anne Campagnet-Reed 2014
FMR Plunging View with Pines
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve: Looking down about 200 feet at the glass-like, plant-rich inlet directly below. The trees barely cling to the eroding cliff with tortuous roots. © Anne Campagnet-Reed 2014
FMR FMR Seascape with Silhouette Branches
Fitzgerald Marine Reserve: Rays of bright evening sunlight burst through the marine layer to illuminate the sea below. © Anne Campagnet-Reed 2014

I couldn’t let the subject rest without sharing these really dramatic views from Fitzgerald Marine Reserve. You’ll recall my post from July 8, 2014. I returned to experience the scene one more time and capture some of the drama created by the trees, cliffs, and lighting over the ocean. The “God rays” as I call them can be seen descending from the clouds toward the ocean in the last shot. The effect in real life was much more breathtaking than could be captured by my little Canon Elph, but you can get an idea of the beauty at every turn.

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