What you're looking at is the second shot (in a sequence of three) I captured of the massive wave that soaked me (the first shot in the sequence is not terribly exciting, so I won't post it). You already saw the final result of that wave (click here to see it), and in today's entry, you're looking at the same wave, but maybe a third or a quarter of a second prior to the splashdown.
The colours here are amazing I think. We have sunbeams penetrating through the clouds in the sky, the beautiful golden colours of the rock on which I am standing, and the lucid blues and cyans of the sea. The impact of this wave on this rock is really intense: if you pan your eyes to the bottom center of the image, you'll see a small puddle of water, in which the water is undulating (it reminds me of the scene in Jurassic Park where they could detect the approaching T-Rex by noticing the water movement inside a puddle or a cup). What do you think of this scene?
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