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One of the more exciting days of photography - working with and evading the quickly incoming tide on Dail Mor beach on the Isle of Lewis.
We got to the beach as the tide was coming in, and saw the cliffs and rocks to the right hand side of the beach. Watching the waves roll in and crash into the rocks near the shoreline grabbed my attention. I used a slow shutter speed in order to capture the movement in the water to create a dynamic image. .
Whilst taking this image I definitely got wet, and my tripod and camera were most certainly splashed with sea water and sand, but that’s what makes photography interesting and exciting. From arrival at the beach to taking this image was no more than 15 minutes.
Also, can it be too good weather for photography? Well yes, there was not a cloud in the sky, which meant that there was no interest in the sky, but I really like the textures in the dry and wet sand, the rocks and the moving water, which I think this makes up for this. at Isle Of Lewis