The next few sunsets after Thanksgiving were phenomenal. My hands were full of fishing gear, but I did bring my phone. I shot a quick video clip of each sunset and made gif files out of them, so they’ll repeat.
The bass are still hitting in the shallows. I walk my dog to the lake, pretty much every day, so I figure I might as well drop a line in the water and catch some dinner. I didn’t bring the canoe and I wasn’t having any luck from shore, so I met the fish halfway. The water is still warm but the air is getting cooler. Once again, I have my best luck after sunset. I’ll work on getting my headgear arranged with lights so the scene won’t be so dark, but it’s light enough to see some action on this video. I caught three and released one. When I caught the 16″ bass, I thought about letting the 13″ go but decided I was hungry and I don’t know when they will stop hitting. Gotta get ’em while the gettin’ is good.
Lily and I were on an afternoon walk along West Cliff, and we stumbled across a girl performing aerial silk. She was winding down from her workout and routine, and I was tethered to an anxious dog, but I was captivated. I spoke with her about collaborating and we set a date for a shoot. Continue reading Aerial Silk, Santa Cruz Cliffs→