Golden Hour Glass

I took this shot last Thanksgiving at sunset on a sandbar in New Jersey. The army corps of engineers were in the process of dredging this spot which made the the shoreline get shallow very suddenly creating some interesting waves. The conditions really came together this evening because we rarely get no wind at sunset by the coast. I shot for about an hour and half as the sun set and had wished I had put gloves on because my hands started to go numb after I got out. (If this belongs in a different gallery please let me know, I considered it a seascape and thought the landscape gallery would do)

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Canon 5d Mark III 50mm 1.4 Essex Waterhousing for 5d mark II
1/2500 F/ 7.1 ISO: 400

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Way cool.

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Very dynamic!