Monoliths dominate McClures Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, California. A slow shutter speed and planting my tripod right in the surf, allowed swirling sea foam to paint strokes of white, contrasting with the jagged tones of rock towering above. Ear

Share:
PreviousNextCaption: Monoliths dominate McClures Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, California. A slow shutter speed and planting my tripod right in the surf, allowed swirling sea foam to paint strokes of white, contrasting with the jagged tones of rock towering above. Ear Photo By:
David FitzSimmons
Shutter:
8 second
Aperture:
f8
ISO Setting:
100
Description:

Monoliths dominate McClures Beach, Point Reyes National Seashore, California. A slow shutter speed and planting my tripod right in the surf, allowed swirling sea foam to paint strokes of white, contrasting with the jagged tones of rock towering above. Early March skies along the California coast are often decorated with late day clouds, but by the end of the month clear, blue skies diminish crepuscular color.