It was a relatively rare sight for me at this place. The combination of extremely low tide with unusually dense seaweed covering most of the exposed parts of the reef, creating a thick, soft and very vivd carpet.
Usually those rocks are bare, featuring occasional molluscs, and even when the seaweed is present, it's usually brown in color, so for me it was pretty surreal
Canon 5D Mark II + Canon 17-40 f/4L + Lee ProGlass 0.9 ND + Heliopan CPL
Manual Exposure merge
15sec @ f/16, ISO50
6sec @ f/16, ISO50
4sec @ f/16, ISO50