Álvaro Lamas's picture

The Hollow Triplets

There was not much light left, the sun had just set and its last rays still colored some low clouds. All the large rocks that I usually look for on this beach were submerged by the sea or the sand that it had brought in previous tides.
Suddenly, I saw that the water had created these 3 holes by going through the rocks that were under the sand and I realized that it would be a wonderful foreground.
I waited for the waves to fill the channel with water and hit all those oval rocks to get that "foggy" effect on the water.
I wanted to reflect the softness that the water generates in the sand and rocks when a wave reaches them and then moves away.

Canon 5D Mark IV
15mm · f/16.0 · 2s · ISO 100
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Lovely foreground details.

Thank you Vinayak!!!