I went to Waikiki beach every day at sunset during my short stay at Honolulu in September. I photographed the sunset beach in many shots and this is one of them.
As we all know, every sunset is different that you will appreciate on the day, and which would be different from the one you saw yesterday. And this was one of the reasons why it kept me back at the beach every day.
I passed by local surfers at the walk path in Burleigh Head National Park, most of whom scurried the path reaching for the point beneath Tumgun Lookout. They then rushed down the graveled slope to the seashore and puddled the board to catch the wave.
The below photo caught the shoreline looked down from Tumgun Lookout. I enjoyed seeing various patterns appeared and swept by waves. I also enjoyed seeing dotted local surfers on the water paddled and surfed.
If you move your eyes to the right, you will see the Gold Coast shoreline toward the end which is at Snapper Rocks. Underneath the lookout is the entry point of Tallebudgera Creek, that was taken in deep emerald and blue and was not cold (yes, I touched the water before I came to this lookout).