The tide had been falling here at Salmon River beach for about three hours when I arrived. This had lowered the sea level to a point where the wave peaks were above, but the troughs were below that of the Salmon River as its waters rushed to the sea. This phenomena created an interesting interlude where the sea and the river competed for flow dominance. In this picture you can clearly see the waters competing. A fascinating sight.
Sony A-900 – Sigma 17-24mm f2.8 – 17mm – ISO 400 – f32 – 1/45