I was being a tour guide for the day for friends from my travels who had come to stay, showing them around the beautiful Antrim coast. We arrived at the Giant’s Causeway, a place I have been to many times before. To be honest it was late afternoon and the light wasn’t great so I wasn’t expecting to get a shot. I had just lifted my A6000 (APS-C) with a 16-80mm Zeiss – a great combination of being versitile, yet small and light. Within the space of a few minutes the scene changed completely. The wind picked up blowing the spray off the top of the cresting waves. The setting sun emerged from behind thick cloud filling the sky with colour. The white water from the crashing waves contrasting against the black hexagonal stones of the causeway in the foreground just help finish this shot for me.
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