The twice daily surge of the tide and, in winter-time, run-off from the rains, keeps the sandstone bluff wet much of the time. I think the interface between ocean and bluff provides some interesting opportunities for photographs. The wet sandstone, softly lit by reflected, north-light almost glows. The land / water interface can be a place of peaceful tranquility at low tide but can turn to a scene of high energy drama at high tide in stormy winter weather.
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