These are waves swishing across the beach in front of Beacon Hill Park, taken from above on a staircase that leads down to the beach. The longer exposure has caught the waves coming in and draining back across the beach, leaving layers of white foam patterns discernible and intermingled. To me it is like diaphanous curtain in a window.
I took a few photos from this location – this is the best I think, but I might use another one or two in future. I also prefer it much more converted to monochrome – the yellow colour of the log is quite distracting in the colour version and I am not even going to post that one, since for me there is no doubt.
It’s kind of nice to have just one shot of nature to look at, after yesterday’s plastic extravaganza. Once I had visited the Barbie tree on Sunday, I walked south to the beach and it was a very pleasant reset from the weird horrors of May Street. The location is in the middle of this map.
BTW, looks as if I will pass 20,000 views this morning (unless it happened last night after I scheduled this). Thanks everyone for viewing and commenting and otherwise supporting me. It means a lot to have you out there.
Canon EOS 5Dmkii, Canon 50/1.4 lense, ISO100; f16, 4 seconds. Cameron ND Fader filter, at about 4-5 f-stops of density.