Being a main lander, something that intrigues me is the motion of the water along the costal shorelines. Even though the water looks calm, below the surface it is always moving, splashing up on shore when water meets land.
I was back in La Scie, NL., attempting to catch this motion in a still image. During this particular exposure, a number of waves crashed over these rocks and then receded, producing a soft result. I’d estimate the rocks were submerged for one third of the time.
Waiting until the sun had set, well below the horizon, resulted in beautifil pastel colours, adding to the overall effect.
La Scie, NL., Canada
Olympus E-30; 50-200 mm lens.
ISO 100; f:11; 13 seconds
Artists Universe – October 11, 2011