Summer Sunset Storm at Nubble Lighthouse
The weather was not great the week of July 4th 2021 in York Beach, Maine. Wednesday was the only real beach day before a cloudy Thursday and the remnants of Tropical Storm Elsa on Friday. Sunset on Wednesday evening seemed like it would be a bust with thick clouds blanketing the sky but just at sunset the clouds on the horizon lifted back a bit and the setting sun lit up the incoming storm to the west.
This spot right down by the waves in front of Nubble Lighthouse got me away from the parked cars and other people crowding the edge of the park but it did expose me to several crashing waves that doused my camera and my shoes. I retreated back up the rocks after taking this shot.
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