With my back up camera in hand, sporting the Sigma Art 20mm, I just started snapping photos away walking along the cliffs trying to get a different photo every step I take. These photos showed me that Landscape photos doesn't always have to be during the golden hour. The simplicity of the light fog off in the distance says a lot more than it looks.
I was at the tallest point of the small East Anacapa Island. The best part of it was just being able to turn 360 degrees and see nothing but the water vanishing into the light fog. I felt so alive, yet so peaceful at the same time. Until the sun hit and I had nowhere to find shade.