An image which I hope captures something of the character of Clashach Cove. It was made shortly after the tide had retreated from the eroded pavement of Permian sandstone which is unique to this location. As usual, it had left in its wake a selection of brightly-coloured boulders.
Canon 5D Mark II | ISO50 | 70-200 f/4L @ 70mm | f/16 | 5 sec | circular polariser
Location: Clashach Cove, Moray.