Unexpectedly, I had an hour at Clevedon, North Somerset on Saturday.
Hadn't been out with a camera since Spain nearly two months ago and have been (and still am) laid up with some sort of flu thingy, which I wouldn't wish on a dead dog.
A very stiff onshore breeze was not only blowing this beastie straight in off the sea, but also throwing up humungous amounts of spray which made shooting rather tricky to say the least.
I think I spent more time wiping off the spray from the filter than actually shooting!
The fast incoming tide was, well er....FAST...managed to get moderately soaked more than once.
Still, I managed to bag a few that I was happy with.
This is frame 006, shortly after setting up and with the afternoon sun backlighting this storm.
A highly enjoyable, if difficult, shoot all in all.
Thanks for dropping in