Canon RP, ISO 100, 1/100, f8.0, 42mm, WB Shade
Having seen pictures of Haystack Rock I knew my wife and I had to go there when we vacationed in the Northwest. Cloudy skies all evening had my worried that my one chance would be a bust, but they began to break up just before sunset affording a glorious glow around the rock. A high tide provided excellent reflections of the rock, the clouds, and the evening sunlight. I used a shade WB, which I usually do for sunsets, to warm up the picture a bit, and brought up the vibrancy just a tad in postprossing.