The day had started with dark skies and heavy rain, and the forecast for the rest of the day wasn?t much better, but not letting that be an excuse not to go out and take photographs, we decided to go the coast for high tide, where more times than not you find the weather is different to that of inland. We decided on a second visit to Dinas Dinlle, and yes, the weather was different; on top of the heavy rain there was a really strong wind, but also a little hope, as soft light was starting to come through the clouds. After a time of playing with shutter speeds and aperture settings to create moody abstracts and minimalist captures, the weather broke and I was able to get few decent seascape shots in too, such as this one, which I think captured scene nicely, as it was an exhilarating experience with strong winds and crashing waves, which at times took my breath away. It was one of those days that makes you feel really alive and lucky to be where you are in that moment in time.
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