As the sun started to disappear in the sky Reesh drove up to a spot she said had beautiful views of the sea. I'm still not sure where we were exactly, but she definitely was right about the view.
The twilight sky was overcast, so the colors were muted and the lighting rather flat. But I could still see the potential for some absolutely great sunset shots under better conditions.
So I walked around and took some shots both to commemorate the trip and to give me a starting point to plan from for future shots composition wise.
After taking shots of the bay that were mostly too dull for my tastes to include in my scenic gallery on this trip, I walked back up the rocky landscape then over the road to the other side which held a Marina and spots many locales found to be good for fishing.
Facing east this spot had even less color than the bay on the other side which at least faced the setting sun. However on this particular evening, at this particular moment, it was the more photogenic spot composition wise, and indeed I took a few pictures I felt were good enough to add to my gallery.