Waves Making Foam At The Rocks (Select Image or Title To See In A Larger Format)
Waves Making Foam At The RocksWaves pouring through an aperture on Narragansett's rocky shore
When I head out to photograph, I often don't know what I am going to find. I have an idea, of course, but I don't know for certain. This is why I like the rocky shore. It is deceiving and there is always something to see.
The rocky shore is deceiving because always looks calm. As one observes, the swells roll in, they have to work their way through rocky apertures. The waves speed up and pour through the rock. The effect is mesmerizing and beautiful.
The actual principle is the "Bernoulli Principle". In Hydrodamica, 1738, Daniel Bernoulli explained that the speed of the fluid occurs simultaneously with a decrease in static pressure or a decrease in the fluid's potential energy.
The bottom line is that looking at waves hitting rocks is fascinating. And... beauty can be seen in all things.
Waves Pouring Over
Waves Pouring OverWaves pouring through an aperature on Narragansett's rocky shore
Waves Pouring Over Rocks
Waves Pouring Over RocksWaves pouring through an aperature on Narragansett's rocky shore
Waves Making A Splash
Waves Making A SplashWaves pouring through an aperature on Narragansett's rocky shore
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