There's two things that I do very rarely these days - Shoot landscapes and do square crops. This photo contains both.
We wandered out to the shores of the Baltic Sea a couple of nights ago for a night of camping. The horizon is littered with automated light beacons, making this a difficult spot for nighttime photography. It was full moon that night, so I thought the dense cloud cover might create something strange combined with the moonlight.
After looking around the sky for a moment, I noticed a circular cloud formation that kind of looked like a mothership from a scifi movie. I knew I wanted just a single piece of rock in frame under it, and quickly happened to find one nearby. Strangely, the sea was almost perfectly still at that moment, providing nice visibility below the surface too.
EXIF for this image: ISO 1600, f/5.6, 15s