After a while of shooting at a familiar setting, there comes a point when you realize you're running out of scenes to find. At that point, the challenge switches from finding new perspectives to capturing moments and creating evocative experiences through photography. These photos of sunset at Paradise Bay are an example of this occuring to me recently. Here, I've really amped up the warmth, saturation, and contrast beyond what even I usually go. The idea is to impart a sense of drama and moodiness on the bay. As such, color accuracy has gone out the window. But this is an artistic intention, and that's part of the fun of photography--the creative possibilities are only limited by the palette of imagination.