On the same stormy evening I photographed the kiteboarder out on Pass-A-Grille Beach I made this 5-shot panorama of the beach as empty as you will ever see it. This shot was made handheld which is surprisingly not hard to keep aligned if you have a grid view inside your DSLR's viewfinder. I put the lower third of the gridline in the viewfinder straight on the horizon allowing me to make the shot without the tripod. What I had to watch for was leaving enough overlap (about 1/3 of a frame) so that Photoshop could work its stitching magic with its Photomerge automation.
Pass-A-Grille Beach is one of my favorite spots in all of Tampa Bay as it represents the very tip of the main Gulf Blvd beaches in Pinellas County. It definitely has a "land's end" feel to it, especially at a time like this after a storm at twilight.