Sunsets are easy images for a photographer. Nature and God provide the subject and the role of the photographer is really reduced to that of an accurate recorder and observer. What about monochrome sunsets though? Not so easy unless you are Ansel Adams. This sunset was not dramatic enough to stand on its own but a good candidate for selective color, well at least I think so. This was shot at La Isla Shopping Center in Cancún Mexico.
My wife and I visited San Francisco and Monterrey California for our twentieth anniversary. A few years later we took our daughter there for a visit on the way to Los Angeles. We had told our daughter about all the Seals we had seen in San Francisco but of course when we got there the seals were not where we had left them six years earlier. The park official in San Francisco told us they were gone from the area and migrating to the channel islands. We were disappointed. A few days later after getting to Monterrey Califronia we were walking towards the aquarium and we smelled them before we saw them. They were all over the harbor, hundreds maybe thousands of Seals. They bark like dogs and fight and play like dogs but smell of the sea! I took this image while we watched them off the pier.