As I continue to share images captured on a recent Wednesday in Marblehead, we reach Castle Rock.  As I drove past Ocean Avenue, I noted that the clouds were thickening and the breaks in the clouds were coming less often.  I arrived at Castle Rock and proceeded to climb to a good vantage point from which to photograph the private beach that these homes on the Neck are privy to.

Unfortunately, I reached the top just as the light faded and the ocean turned to a flat ugly blue.  I went ahead and composed this image, checked all my settings and…waited…for a while.  Finally, the sky started to brighten and the sun peeked through to illuminate the scene before me.  Different parts of the ocean and land were illuminated as the sun moved in relation to the clouds until I had this perfectly lit scene before me.  The clouds were quite dramatic at this point and the ocean continued to show off great turquoise hues.  I think it was worth the wait…