Slippy seaweed covered rocks on the foreshore at Embleton near Dunstanburgh Castle.
This was a long exposure photo taken using a 10 stop neutral density filter and with my camera mounted on a tripod. The tide was coming in quite quickly and I had to keep looking behind me to make sure it wasn't cutting me off from my route back to the shore.
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25 mm (35mm equiv.)