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Storm Surge Dail Mhor

By hwatt  
A binary breaking wave is a bit of a rarity but it does lend more impact to a picture when you can capture one. I finally got my opportunity on about the 20th go and I have two walls of turquoise curling waves impacting on the rock stacks at Dail Mhor beach in Lewis both within the same elapsed shutter time of 1/2 second.

Fuji XT-1, 55-200 zoom, unfiltered, f/13 at 1/2 second ISO 640.

Tags: Wind Beach Waves Bay Sea Storm Landscape and travel Dail Mhor

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Tooma Plus
3 1.9k 2 Scotland
9 May 2019 12:45AM
Patience rewarded. Well done. Smile

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9 May 2019 12:49PM
Superb...
chensuriashi Plus
13 316 18 England
9 May 2019 7:14PM
This location must have so much more to offer, a lovely feature to look out in the future.
INK74 10 1 Norway
10 May 2019 4:33PM
well done!
barrywebb Plus
13 44 7 United Kingdom
10 May 2019 10:14PM
Hard rock and soft sea, excellent. Perfect texture in that wave. Love it!
Barry

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