On my way home yesterday, I rode the promenade at the World's Fair Marina. It runs just to the northeast of LaGuardia Airport.
While it isn't the Big Sur, it does have its own local color, especially at the end of the day:
A long, long time ago, one of my science teachers told us that we don't actually see anything; instead, our eyes collect the light reflected from it and form an image that is projected onto our retinae. I hadn't thought about that in a while, until I saw this photo, which captures, not the sun, but a reflection of it on the water.
Amazing, isn't it, that even the murky waters of Flushing Bay can provide such a palette of hues?
Isn't it also amazing that cell phones these days can record stuff like this?