This is another photo I took last month during a cloudy sunrise along the Pacific Coast of Izu. One of things I love about the coastlines of Japan is the abundance of coral. In Florida, where I’m from, we have some incredible beaches comprised of soft white sand, but there is little coral or rock to be found. Perhaps it is for that reason that Japanese beaches are so interesting to me – they are very different from what I’m used to. However, not only do they make for a fantastic foreground element, but they also provide a much more sturdy position for a tripod, which can be very helpful on a beach, where sands shift by the second.
Camera: Nikon D610
Lens: Nikon 16-35mm f/4
Shot Info: f/11 | Multiple Exposures (Blended) | ISO 50 | 16mm