After getting up early yesterday for those amazing sunrise photos, and then working the late shift, I was not able to lift myself out of bed early this morning! Since I had to work at noon, I only had a short window of time to capture my photograph for Day 6. With that in mind, I walked down to my favorite little cove. I was not happy with the time of day – being late morning. The light is not at it’s best. But, when I reached the cove, the tide as out a bit allowing for the recently wet cobblestones to exhibit their true colors. I focused on attempting to pick up the array of colors in the rock. The waves added another dimension and, eventually, I tried setting my release mode dial – first to continuous low-speed and then to continuous high-speed. I thought that would allow me to capture the best wave splash!
With limited time to shoot this morning, I took fewer pictures and therefore had less options when selecting one for editing and submitting. The one I chose was a shot taken with Continuous high-speed in force. And was actually my last shot of the morning. I increased the ISO so I could gain a faster shutter speed to capture the motion of the waves more clearly.
I’ll include just one more photo that I took this morning from the same spot, just because there was a flock of birds playing around in the water and I managed to capture them in one picture!