This interestingly shaped rock and its shadow in the early morning summer sunlight initially caught my eye. After walking around the rock to survey the various compositions on offer (and being careful not to leave footprints in any area that I might want to include in the photo), I settled on this particular aspect.
The photo was made with one eye on the rock and another on the incoming tide.
Camera: Linhof Super Technika IV
Lens: 300mm f9 Nikkor-M
Exposure: 1/2s @ f22
Film: Ilford FP4+ (EI 64 ASA)
Development: 14 mins in Rodinal 1:50
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