The Harvest Moon Regatta is a sailboat race that started back in the 1980’s in Galveston, TX. It was a conversation between two sailors on how to get more people sailing and racing. It started out with under 20, and now today there’s about 150+. The race begins at Pleasure Pier on Galveston Island, then to Port Aransas!
I had the pleasure of shooting some photos of their take off!
These photos were taken about a month ago in surfside, TX. I was hoping to capture star trails, but a storm rolled in, the lightning was lighting up the sky and I couldn’t help myself but to capture the storm instead. I’ve always had a love for storms, I find them to be so intriguing. It’s a feeling of being inferior to nature. Sometimes we forget how small we really are, nature and storms are always a reminder to remain humble.
If something beautiful is happening, capture it; For it is frozen in time, as a reminder of the places we’ve been, the moments we have lived, and the adventure that life is.
Lightning strikes in Surfside, TX Thursday night.
A few weekends ago I met up with some friends on South Padre Island. Apparently, so did the rest of south Texas.
We’re finally seeing some sunshine this weekend. May your heart be full and your cooler even fuller!