Many many years ago, somewhere around here was the site of my first serious photo made with a large-format camera. Known as “Crail Harbour Rocks”, it concentrated on the sea lapping around a collection of submerged boulders like mist.
This is different – not least for being entirely digital – yet it shares enough similarities to merit being regarded as Version 2 of the original theme.
Partly submerged blue pebbles and Devonian Old Red Sandstone on the shore at Crail harbour.
This time the water is clear, almost invisible – but the process of stacking images for effect was reused.