Ruby Beach Sea Stacks

At low tide in the evening sea stacks are battered by the surf along the rugged Washington coast. A photographer colleague stands in the surf, composing his shot of the setting Summer sun between two groups of large sea stacks, on Washington’s Ruby Beach.

EF 28-70mm @ 28mm; f/16 @ 0.6 sec, ISO 400


The one on the left looks like a sea lion.

Igor, I think you are correct, although I did not see it before you mentioned it. I’m glad it isn’t because that wound be one huge predator and it could not be the only one in the oceans.