This is the most western point of the Point Reyes peninsula, and therefore the most western spit of land in the continental United States. If you could see around the corner in the photo, you’d find the Point Reyes lighthouse.

I took the photo from along the Chimney Rock trail a few days ago. The sunset was blood red because of particles from a forest fire a couple of hundred miles to the north.

[105mm lens, 157.5mm in 35mm equivalent terms, 1/125 of a second at f/5.6 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.]

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