The glowing surfboards of Redondo Beach. The lighting cycles through all different colors.
At first I thought the sculpture was supposed to be leaves.
The Morrell House, originally built around 1906, now restored in association with the Redondo Beach Historical Museum.
One of these days I’m actually going to go there when it’s open, instead of stopping on the way somewhere else.
I did decide that the hidden light and the old house might have some #spooky potential, and ran it through some effects filters. Not sure if I succeeded.
Coastal scene on a bench.
Contrast: #powerplant with a #Wyland #whale #mural. This plant in #RedondoBeach #California is set to be decommissioned when new environmental protections go into effect, and the city and plant owner have been debating the future of the site. #smokestacks #industrial #art #whales
Manhattan Beach at Night on Flickr.
My first attempt to spot Comet Pan-Starrs on Monday evening didn’t work out, but I got to look back at the coast from the end of the pier, which was nice. You can see the Palos Verdes hills/peninsula in the background to the right.