7th June 2018
Fingal Head, North South Wales, Australia, is an incredible destination.
The water literally pulsates through the corridor of rocks, irrespective of the wind and weather conditions.
It is incredibly challenging and I love going there to sharpen my photographic skills.
More often than not, the sea spray splashes right in front of you at an impressive rate.
I always position myself at a safe distance from the precipice, but just close enough to capture the water rushing between the rocks.
The intensity of the water is influenced by the colour of the sky and clouds.
Experienced fishermen like this spot, as they make their way across the ‘thunderous’ waterway at low tide.
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