Continuing with the week’s exploration of Marblehead using a super wide lens, I headed out to Castle Rock at low tide hoping that this lens would allow me to capture the entire beach from a vantage point other than the overlook.  One of the tricky parts of this lens is that it is so wide you have to be careful of including your own shadow in the final image.

With the sun behind me, I walked along the rocky beach at Castle Rock and ended up in the shade afforded by a large rock formation.  I used the nearby rock to frame the scene of the Atlantic ocean sending waves towards the beach at Castle Rock and included the lone fisherman casting off a rock to give the scene a sense of scale.