Been a long while since I've shot from Sandy Beach. There was a .1 feet low tide at 4:55am on Saturday morning. The waves had carved out the rocky side of Sandy's, so much rocks were exposed from the low tide. I decided to walk into the Blow Hole side & shoot from the inlet. The tide was so low that I was able to shoot from a spot that's usually covered underwater. Even though the the tides were low the incoming swells were full of energy & sweeping into the shore. There was a few heart pounding moments, where I was ready to retreat back.
Aloha a hui hou my friends!
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