We have had a pretty wet last couple of weeks, but during a break between storms, I headed out to Half Moon Bay to meet with an old college days friend for lunch. Of course, I have to make it a day with some painting and droning along the way!
After waiting for rush hour traffic to die down, took off for the hours drive to Half Moon Bay. By the time I arrived, it was only about an hour before lunch, so explored a bit, took pictures, and a couple drone flights.
After a long lunch, I headed up the coast to an area called Devil’s Slide. Recently, Caltrans built a tunnel bypassing the slide area, but the last turnout allows walking access to the old road, so decided to do a painting right there. By that time I only had a couple hours to paint before the parking lot closed.
I didn’t really get a finished painting as I was enjoying the scenery as much as working. I am still trying to decide if I should finish the painting in the studio, or start a new one sometime in the future.
Below are a few pictures of the day. Click on the thumbnail for a larger view.
There was no droning allowed right there, so I drove back down the coast and took some arial shots. Enjoy this short video above the beautiful California Coast entitled “Coastal Soothe“…
If you saw my last post, FOAM, most of that was videoed during the visit.
Thanks for stopping by, and stay tuned for more developments!