I revisited this old favorite spot, and this time I was able to stay well after sunset since low tide shifted up an hour, something which wasn't possible when I visited here the first time around.
I thought the clouds were not going to clear up and the sunset was going to be a bust. I set up my camera and tripod anyway, took a few test exposures, and waited for sunset. All the while, grey clouds started to gather more and more around the mountains. Right at the last moment, just after sunset, everything just fell into place.
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