This image of Turimetta Beach was captured during my first seascape session in nearly a year, and this was the first time I have returned to Turimetta since 2012.
The conditions were a lot more dangerous than this image would suggest, with a strong south-easterly wind, medium-to-large swell and an incoming tide.
Large waves were crashing near this small part of exposed rock shelf and causing splashes and surges which made standing here dangerous. I had to be quick about composing and capturing images in between sets of larger waves.
It was good to be near the ocean again, but having been out of the seascaping scene for quite some time, this morning's shoot had its challenges.