18 Jul 19 Last pane of the set of three. Since it is Theatrical Thursday I've elected to modify it some and added an extra cloud. You can choose which one it is. This frame combines the wind, waves, blowing sand, and even, for those of you with a very critical eye, a wind surfer. This is the same location I used for the prior two frames but this time looking to the left instead of straight ahead or to the right. One interesting aspect of this shot when compared with all the others I've shared with sea stacks is that several of them are located at the high tide line and are generally not in the water. This was the only location we found such on the entire trip. Of course there was more coastline we didn't see than we did see, but this was the only such spot all the way down into northern CA. Not a lot more to say about it other than it must be a very popular location as there was another pullout for this same beach just a few hundred yards down the road which you can see immediately to the left of the rock at the far left.
Other than my cloud addition, I've cropped off some useless material. All the Elements Nikon D500; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 200; 1/640 sec @ f / 9.