They say you can’t take good photographs in the harsh light of mid-day. This image was an exception. I went to Long Point to meditate on my day off. I looked to my right and saw the receding water from previous waves, “cutting” the approaching waves in half. Timing is everything. I have never seen the odd effect of waves being folded in half. The seagull decided to fly up just when I took this photo with a 600 MM zoom lens. Many people in recovery have found this image a symbol of freedom from addiction.
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