The path that time forgot

There is always a light side and a dark side to life, just like gaffa tape 🙂

These tessellated rocks are just near the ocean pool on the southern end of Whale Beach, its crazy how this stuff forms (geologically), it also reminds me of similar (albeit much larger) ones down near Coalcliff, nonetheless, they do make for interesting patterns and in this case, paths.
I had made it to this point in the morning without getting wet feet and whilst waiting for this 5 minute exposure to finish a sneaky wave came up from behind the rock I was leaning on and left me with a wet shoe, i mean c'mon it was the last shot of the day…. 🙁

Exif love:
D750 coupled with Nikkor 16-35 mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f13 and Shutter Speed: 329.7s
ISO 125
Out front – Lee Graduated Filter 0.6x, Lee Bigstopper ND filter and Hoya CPL

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