I spent a freezing cold sunrise at Nubble Light in York, Maine this past weekend hoping for some early morning magic. Unfortunately it was a cloudless morning, so I only got a few images of the lighthouse that I liked, which I’ll share later this week. So since the sky wasn’t cooperating, I decided to focus on the churning water and breaking waves for some close-up shots instead. I really enjoy the challenge of trying to get just the right timing and exposure of a wave crashing on the rocks, which usually ends up being a lot of trial and error. These are the days I’m forever thankful for digital cameras and large capacity memory cards.