Today seemed a good day for waves, after yesterday’s storm that went out S of here, and so it turned out to be. The “normal scenic” side of the lighthouse was relatively quiet: low tide and wrong orientation. So I walked aways around the other side and scrambled 35' down a ledgey cliff to a rocky beach where I took these photos. For me, a huge advantage of m43 is that I can grab my camera without a lot of fuss and scramble around looking for interesting places from which to shoot. In this case, below the wave tops at times. There were several others shooting from the paved area up at the lighthouse, and I’m sure they took some truly great photos, but for me, the adventure of finding my way to an out-of-the-way place with a really good camera in hand makes for a memorable experience. All shot w/GH3 and PL 25. Untitled by John Dana, on Flickr Untitled by John Dana, on Flickr Untitled by John Dana, on Flickr And the hardest part was keeping the gulls in line; sort of like William Wellman in "Wings."