Pfeiffer Beach, Keyhole, Crashing Wave, Monochrome

ISO100, 68mm, f/14, 1/30 sec
Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, CA

The lesser of the two keyholes rocks at Pfeiffer Beach.  How many photogs have noticed the rock (being splashed by the wave) being almost perfectly framed by this keyhole?  I only really noticed since I had over an hour to kill before the main attraction at the other keyhole.

(Click through the photo for the usual 700px view)

More of this year’s Big Sur-area photographs:

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, patterned metering mode, 68mm, ISO 100, 1/30 sec, f/14

Pfeiffer Beach, Keyhole, Crashing Wave, Monochrome.  Big Sur, California. December 24, 2012. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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5 thoughts on “Pfeiffer Beach, Keyhole, Crashing Wave, Monochrome

    1. Thank you Peter. Look at the frozen wave, I keep wondering if I should have gone with an even faster shutter speed. What I have is close to frozen but also has a hint of motion as there is a slight blur in the wave.

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