On our first day in Maine we stopped at The Portland Head Light to shoot sunset. We ended up staying in Portland for the night and shot it again the next morning, too. When capturing the sunset images I decided to walk to the opposite side of the lighthouse and see if there was anything interesting from there.
I did find several small pools that had reflections of the lighthouse, which I may share later, but I also was able to get down right on the water. This allowed me to capture the movement of the waves coming in and out in the foreground.
It was still fairly bright, but I knew I wanted to get as long a shutter speed as I could so I set my aperture to F/22 and my ISO at 100. This gave me a shutter speed of 1/2 second. That was just long enough to show movement in the waves that I was looking for.
I made this image with my Canon 5D III and Tamron 24-70 Lens. I also used my Sirui W-2204 tripod with K-20 Ballhead.