Nothing beats a good surf and a beautiful sunrise.
I paddled into the water at New Pier early when it was still pretty dark with no one else out.
The waves were small, but fun and it wasn’t long till a few more surfers paddled out to enjoy the morning on the ocean. The thin strip of pink light just above the horizon faded away and the clouds lit up a pale orange tint.
Within minutes, the sun came up as a bright pink ball, creating its pink-yellow pathway across the surface of the water to my surfboard.
It was magnificent.
I stopped surfing and paddled far out to sit there, on the calm sea, staring at it.
Not one to miss an opportunity like this, my GoPro Hero 3+ Silver Edition with me to capture the moment.
How the shots were captured: I used my surfboard mount and set my GoPro on timelapse mode with 0.5 second intervals. By setting the GoPro to take so many photographs in sequence, I am able to choose the best photos out of the selection. I also used a floaty backdoor for extra safety - a must-have when using your GoPro in the ocean!
To see more of my GoPro photos, check out my Instagram account: @natsdossantos
You can also check out my GoPro videos here