In the hunt for bluebells yesterday I ended up at Portobello Beach (again) for a short time waiting for a country park to open.
Arriving after sunrise the sun was quite high and particularly bright which left me shooting away from the sun as much as possible.
I spent my time shooting the tide coming in set against markers and groynes along the beach and the hills in the distance. I particularly like the movement in the water in this image with a marker in the distance.
I have a number of shots similar to this, each producing a different pattern in the water as a result of varying shutter speeds and locations along the beach. This is something I can happily spend time shooting and will try to publish some more shots in due course.
Nikon D800 | Sigma 35mm F1.4 | ISO 100 | F11 | 1.3s