Wide angle capture of Hopewell Cape along the beach at low tide. At high tide, the water rises about 40 feet, and the ground you see here is regularly flooded by the waves of the Atlantic ocean, but at least one has a 3 hour buffer zone to get the hell out of dodge
Named this particular piece Hopewell Gazer because of the rock formation on the right hand side, reminding me of a pensive person gazing out into the horizon.
HDR composite from 3 separate exposures.
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