crashing waves form waterfalls

Time to return to Castle Rock for yet another temporary waterfall.  If you missed the earlier waterfall shots, click here.  This and the rest of the images of crashing waves were taken in mid June during a particularly high tide and with surprisingly large waves that came to shore.  I made my way to a ledge under the main outcropping at Castle Rock and used my longest lens to zoom in on the waves as they washed over rocks.  By slowing the shutter speed, I was able to capture these temporary waterfalls.  Black and white helps isolate texture in the images and seemed a perfect complement to the long exposure effect.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]