Taken at Cullernose point, near craster, Northumberland. The point is an exposed intrusion of black basalt (similar to the great whin sill at Dunstanburgh Castle). The boulders are lumps of basalt which have been rounded, shaped and scored by the sea.
Canon 5D/ fl 28mm. 90 sec exposure at f11 (10 stop nd + 3 stop grad)