Just about any time I’m between Marquette and Munising I like to stop along the Lake Superior shoreline. Fortunately, this stop there were no black-flies, and a few different excuses to haul my camera around.
At first I was frustrated with this driftwood because I couldn’t figure out how to compose a shot I liked, but then I realized the thing looked like a giant wood snake or worm taking a bite out of the beach (or maybe pouncing on a seagull?) I was originally trying to catch one of the waves at just the right time, but never did get that… I had to settle for my sand monster. 🙂
Exposure: 1/200 seconds
Focal Length: 18 mm