I went kayak camping the other weekend, and the tides were especially high. The small, remote beach we were camping on had a fire ring built by previous occupants. Normally, the pit would have been usable for a normal fire, but with the extra high tide, the water levels and the bright moon made a new type of fire possible- moonfire. The tides left us with little room on the beach, but with a new experience.
The photographs are nothing exceptional, but they were very fun to make, requiring us to hold still for 30 seconds at a time. It also was fun playing with the placement of the moons reflection. A tripod was used, as was the camera timer to reduce shake, since I forgot to bring the cable release along.
Cameras, kayaks, and camping… what could be better?