I'm posting this one, with a story and maybe a lesson. It was daytime, I was actually scouting a place to shoot the milky way the next day and found this beach. Since It was mid-day, I decided to see if I could use the ND filter to slow the waves down and maybe get some cool long exposure stuff with water moving over the volcanic rock. I'd not used my ND filter in quite some time, and ended up fighting it something awful- and what you see here is largely color cast from the filter (the turquoise in three of the four corners). When I got home and initially reviewed images, I bypassed these altogether, knowing that cast was horrible, and likely unusable. But on my second pass, I decided those colors were actually pretty awesome and gave more to the image than not. So, I exploited it- jacked up some of the colors and played with it quite a bit to end up with what you see here. Part photograph, part imagination. When life gives you lemons, right? or in my case- when your ND filter gives you weird blue color cast! Pretty sure I'll never be able to get the ND filter to do that again. Too bad, I really like how it inspired this creation.