One of the first things to draw my attention was a brightly colored lobster bouy that had been tossed up in the rocks during the last storm.
After climbing over rocks that were large and small and sharp and slippery, I reached the bouy that was wedged between two boulders.
It had been broken on one edge, and I found it made a neat abstract shot when I closed in on it. The foam also has a neat texture.
Beachcombers usually grab these bouys when they find them washed ashore, but this one must have been too much of a challenge for anyone to attempt. The power of Mother Nature!