As I mentioned in last Wednesday’s post

[LINK] I went out on August 21st under lackluster appearing conditions hoping against hope for a decent sunset.  I setup at the pier where the Pleon Yacht club resides and looked on as the clouds began to take shape and break into wisps from the gray mass they had formed earlier that evening.  I began by shooting toward the lighthouse.  After getting the shot I posted last week full of pinks, I turned and saw this…

The streaks in the sky were incredible and seemed to be emanating from this house on the Neck.  I could not ask for better light and set about trying to do it some justice.  I used a circular polarizer to bring out the reflection in the water and extended the shutter speed to just over one second to calm the waters (but not allow the boats to blur).

I shared a ‘chasing the light‘ series before where I hit a number of spots as the light changed.  This was more of a ‘waiting for the light’ as it kept forming and changing as I looked in different directions.  More to come…