Our room was on the second floor and on the end. I figured it might be a bit noisy, especially since there was a tavern across the street, but the sidewalks rolled back early. The night was quite peaceful. Thankfully, the locals are more subdued than the Spring Breakers that will show up later.
At a different time of day I took this photo looking in the other direction.
Here's downtown Seaside at 7:30 AM.
Part of the street across the bridge from me was pretty festive the night before. Keeping with the coastal location theme, of course.
Lights reflected on water are always nice.
I didn't think about looking to see if the mirror was straight in the frame at the time. One of these days I'll get all the parts of the puzzle in place at once. I could have done something about it in Photoshop but I would have lost part of the picture. Just call it "artistic"!
I pressed the Nikon lense against the dining room window to get this shot.
I liked the way the light made the oblong patterns under the bridge. One of these days, when I grow up in my post-editing skills, I will learn how to take the orange light glow out of the left of the photo.
I think it's time to wrap up the family vacation photos and go back to motorcycles. I read somewhere that the key to making people think you're a really good photographer is to only show off your great shots. Don't let them see your mediocre ones. One of these days I'll get the great shots. For now, well, you go with what you got!
Miles and smiles,