I have returned home from our Apalachicola, FL Workshop and finally got a chance to look at a few images.
We photographed sunset at the boat docks in Eastpoint, FL on different occasions with different workshop groups. This area offers several things that can be used as excellent foreground options. Boats, piers, pilings and tools of the oyster trade can all be used as foregrounds for photos while the sunrises and sunsets provide colors for the sky and water. It's an area that can be photographed at either sunrise or sunset and offers very different light during each time.
Here's an image I made at the boat docks at sunset on our last workshop day. I was drawn to the pier and the fishing net someone had left there...probably just for me. So, I kinda hung out here at this pier and waited for the colors to get just right. The colors didn't disappoint. I loved the colors and reflections, especially the reflection inside the half sunken boat.
I made this image using my Sony A7RII, LA-EA3 Adapter and Tamron 24-70mm Lens. All attached to a new tripod I was trying out that I fell in love with, the Sirui W-2204. Not only did it hold the camera more stable than I could have asked, but the leg sections are sealed to make it waterproof and sand proof. If you've ever done a shoot on the beach, you can appreciate that!