As my second sunset in a row at Hunter’s Point Park in Copper Harbor, Michigan, I decided to venture farther down the coastline than I had before. The sky was constantly changing as I slowly made my way onward. I came across these large rocks resting in the water by the time the sun had set. A pink hue clung to the clouds, though, and stayed for another 20 minutes, allowing me plenty of time to try different compositions. While I liked the image horizontal, I ultimately decided to go with the vertical one to put more emphasis on the foreground of rocks.