I cannot get enough of this view from the restaurant Casa Bahia where we were dining with friends this evening. It sits directly over the water and has a wide, stable railing where one can place a camera for a time exposure. This is especially true when your wife makes a reservation and you have a table at the very edge of the veranda. I started shooting when we first arrived, just as the sun was going down, but it wasn't until much later that I got a result I liked. Love the smoothing effect a 30 second exposure has on the water of the bay. Our municipal pier (muelle) is a hotbed of activity on a Saturday night. People stroll from the basketball court, bright lights in the center of the photo above, down the "Fisherman's Walk" to the pier and back. It is our version of the traditional zocalo walk so popular in most Mexican cities.