To tide you all over until that happens, though...I posted this video:
Here are two shots I took while a few friends and I were walking along the Ocean Beach shore on Sunday, Oct. 30, as the sun set in the distance.
I don't know if it comes across at all, but I did have in mind Abbas Kiarostami's Five Dedicated to Ozu when I took these shots on my iPhone—particularly its opening shot following a piece of driftwood floating along the shore. To wit:
|Screengrab courtesy of DVDBeaver|
There are no drifting objects in my shot, though—just waves crashing and water falling back, creating patterns of their own. And, in my recollection (which should be relatively fresh, because I just saw this film recently for the first time—and wrote about it here, by the way), none of Kiarostami's five long takes take place as the sun sets.
So, uh, take that, Abbas Kiarostami! (Your film is still gorgeous, though.)