When I first saw this location I knew immediately that the tide needed to be out, in order to expose these amazing seaweed covered rocks in the foreground and give the scene some depth. On the day I took this image the tide was still going out when I arrived. Just as the sun dropped below the horizon, the tide receded just enough to expose the shoreline in the foreground. The lighting was just perfect and the seaweed covered rocks were starting to shine. Now it was just down to the camera.
I barely had enough time to fire off a couple shots, and before I knew it quickly diminishing light had faded away and it was dark out.