Nearing the end of my 10,000km road trip I pulled into a small town on Oregon coast, the beach is world famous for its amazing sea stack formations. I arrived a few hours ahead of sunset and walked the beach, as the tide pulled back it revealed this massive stone. For the next couple hours I waited for the sun to set, when it did it was go time. The tide didn't pull as far back as I had hoped for, which meant I had to be careful of the waves. As they hit the rock it would splash my camera, it was a constant battle to keep the filter clean for the next shot.
December 1, 2017
15mm · f/22.0 · 1/3s · ISO 50