St Monans is a village in the East Neuk of Fife and this breakwater can be found at the end of the harbour but is often missed due to being hidden behind a high wall. The unusual shape makes it a great photographic subject in all sorts of conditions but is best at high tide.
On this particular day, the sunset/high tide came together and it was windy to say the least which allowed the waves to crash over the walls with some force. It may not look it but the waves were easily crashing over the position where I took the shot and had to clean the camera and lens constantly.
If your wondering, I haven’t yet ventured out to the end but you can see some brave fisherman out there at times.Blog post: St Monans, Fife →