The rocky shoreline is really exposed during low tide making way for great foregrounds. However, at high tide the shoreline changes somewhat. Instead the ocean begins to move inward and fills the area covering rocky formations and hiding what was once visible.

In this scene I was perched on one of the taller banks on the shore and prepared my composition. As the waves came crashing in I liked how the water would meet up in the sandy area below, swash around for a bit and then return out to sea. With each consecutive wave the water would meet, do its Tango, and then go their separate ways.

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