Moving on from the previous image that had the sun behind me, I changed position on the rocks at the tip of Pentire Point West, to face the incoming swell and the into the light. When a new wave set pressed in, so the larger leading waves would burst in an explosion of glittering spray.
I captured the action here with a big burst of flash to illuminate the flying spume. It was a really hot day, so the occasional splash on my salt flecked face was welcome.
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Location: Pentire Point West, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons