I really wasn't sure if this image was going to turn out very well. Even though the model and I arrived at our location by about seven o'clock in the morning, the sun was bright and already fairly high in the sky. I wanted to get some images that were more a less an abstract photograph driven by shapes and I'm fairly surprised I managed to get a lot of detail in the water.
Now I'll fully admit I had to bracket this image about two stops both over and under what I was metering the scene toward. That can be the wonderful thing about working with 35mm film though. When I compare it to medium format, having 36 frames to work with can seem like I'm downright cheating. Still, I'm glad to cheat if I can get results I'm happy with!