Taking a break to post this brief article on the VINE while otherwise working on a few book and workshop ideas.
In nature, every ecosystem has properties unique itself. The seashore is a particularly interesting one in that the atmosphere is frequently laden with variations of water in the form of mist, haze, fog, spray and salt, all of which create refraction..."a phenomenon of light waves being deflected in passing obliquely through the interface between one medium and another or through a medium of varying density."
More simply stated; "Sunlight at various times of the day being refracted by the atmosphere of a seashore ecosystem can result in some butt-kickin' pictures, Dude!
When I have more time, I'll give more on the "how" and "what" on this subject; for now, here are a few examples which I hope will in fact, kick some...you know what.