This is a rare (for me) 'wider view' of this location. I was attracted to it by the grasses and the flowering bell heather, as well as by the patterns left by the recently-retreated tide, which seemed to me to echo the curving lines of the beach.
The area that I have photographed most here lies on the other side of the sandstone cliff; it is most easily accessed via the small cave at the end of the curving line of shingle.
Canon 5D Mark II | ISO50 | 17-40 f/4L @ 20mm | f/11 | 5 sec | 0.45ND hard grad
Location: Clashach Cove, Moray.