As the tide came in and I scampered back to the centre of the bay before being cut off by the sea, I starting looking inland for some detail images. The rock forms at Saltwick are both weird and wonderful, with many patterns and textures scattered around the base of the cliff. I tried to capture both the amazing shapes and variations in an image looking back at Black Nab. I started to relax after starting to think I had left it a bit late to get back!
Camera: Nikon D3
Lens: Nikkor 16-35 f4 VR @ 22mm
Exposure: 1/5th second @ f16 @ ISO 200
Filters: Lee Neutral Density Graduated Filters & B&W Circular Polariser
Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire, England