A shot I took the other day while on a trip “down to the shack” with my sons.
There is a rock formation some mates and I have always called “The Seal”. When the sand is at a certain level, it looks just like a fur seal, until you are right upon it.
I was getting a few pics of the wash coming gently around the back of it. It was creating some nice lines, when all of a sudden I was knee deep in a bigger surge that I didn’t see coming.
It was freezing but it just seemed normal to keep clicking.
Temma on Tasmania’s Tarkine Coast.
Canon TS-E 24mm ii tilted vertically
ND grad & polariser