Every time I go out to Dry Lagoon, I see something new. The rocks and grasses are my current obsession when I go there. I entered a 16×24″ of this on Red River Palo Duro Softgloss Rag in the upcoming Humboldt Photography Exhibition.
This time of year at Dry Lagoon is great. It’s WET. It’s also a risky place to visit. Going north along the lagoon or beach, it’s fine. But going south, there are some gorgeous rock formations. If you’re not careful and watching the tides, you’ll either be stranded or have a very long hike via Big Lagoon, 101, then the road back in to Dry Lagoon. This is one of my favorite places.
Reflection and clear water. Two things that aren’t usually occurring in Dry Lagoon.