I hiked down the cliffside at Big Sur, California, USA, to get closer to the water and these rock formations just a few yards offshore.
The sky was dark and ominous, perfect for some dramatic images. I was looking to create some long-exposure images. The waves were crashing intensely into these rocks. I wandered knee-deep into the waves to capture the scene I was visualizing. I ended up hand-holding the camera as the waves were too rough to set the tripod into the water.
Trying to set my footing against the waves, hold the loose tripod under my arm and compose this scene proved challenging. And then it started to rain! Rather proud of the results!
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