On this Long Exposure Tuesday, the quest for waterfalls in Marblehead continues.  Shortly after taking last week’s image at the beach at Castle Rock, I climbed up to the top of the rock and surveyed the crashing waves below.  The tide was high and the sea produces some great waves which kept covering an outcropping of land.  I made my way down and focused on the farthest end of the land.  My hope was that a perfectly timed shot would catch a wave rolling over the rock and, when slowed, show a mini waterfall as the water below receded.  Needless to say, it took quite a few failed shots to get this one that I had envisioned.  The added element of choppy water in the distance and the silky movement on the rock’s surface added to the tension of this image.