The sea has some hypnotic properties. You can look at it every day, and it never gets boring. During the winter season here, you can also experience frequent changes of light which add to the continuous visual variability. Sometimes the light is simply flat.
Other days I get lucky, and find a combination of dancing light and something going on the surface. This time it was an aggregation of yachts attracted by some Monaco event.
Things get more interesting, if you can spot some graphic element to complete the light showers effect.
If you are patient and prepared, sooner or later you can nail a confluence of light, time and space. This is a decisive moment of landscape photography.
“I’m Beginning to See the Light” – Coleman Hawkins