Another one from the archives from Morecambe Bay in NW England.
This is a variation on a photo that I posted back in December 2008:
The photo was taken at the end of October in the hour after dawn with the low morning sun reflecting on the sand still wet from a sudden rainstorm and the ebbing tide.
Although you can't really tell from the photo, it was very stormy weather with winds of at least 30mph. The fast shutter speed was my attempt to compensate for the fact that I couldn't hold the camera steady enough.
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16 mm (35mm equiv.)