An aerial view from another vantage point, with the flysch diagonals now positioned in the opposite direction. Here it is the stones that indicate the size of the frame since the sea is hardly visible. Their inclusion also adds interest to the composition by contrasting the dominant dynamics of the diagonals to a certain degree. Taking the shot with the tide going down helps to get more intense tones while the rocks are still wet.
Processed in Camera Raw, with slight adjustments of lights and shadows. Edited in Photoshop to apply a moderate cropping and to refine the last color adjustments using the «selective correction» too/ and to add a touch of contrast with «shadows/highlights».
Ful/ frame, 70 mm, F:16, 200 ISO, 1/40 s, polarizer