Last weekend saw another spring tide. With the moon's wobbly orbit bringing it high overhead, it meant a full tide, 14.2 metres, about as high as it gets without a storm swell.
So I toddled down to Severn Beach about half an hour before the peak, with a vague aim of capturing something to do with "high water".
This isn't really that. It's a 50-second exposure taken about half an hour after high tide, when the water is really starting to recede. The water is opaque with silt; the transparency you see here is from it draining away while the shutter is open.
Thanks for stopping to take a look.