This is one of my favorite areas of coastline along the Big Sur Coast - this is located along the southern section of Big Sur, a little bit north of the Jade Cove area. I think it has some of the most incredible seastacks I have seen, and I enjoy the drama of this stretch of coastline. Sometimes when you take a photograph - things are stressful and hectic as the light is changing and the wind is blowing you over and the lens keeps getting wet! Then you look at the work when you are done processing and everything looks so calm and peaceful - this is how I felt while working on this photograph. The wind was howling at this sunset and I kept getting spray all over my lens - I had to keep wiping and fogging the lens with my breath so I could wipe off the salt - a difficult situation. My polarizer salted up first - I had to remove that and was down to my last hope - the regular lens - then I had to try and hold my hand over the lens between shots with my lens cleaning towel - it was raining salt water. I tried to go with a little bit longer exposure on the shots to get more of a feeling of the motion - This was one of the more challenging photo sessions I have had the pleasure of attempting - However, here is my attempt at a "fine art print" image from the adventure.