Perhaps one of my favourite times of day. Sun going down, tide nearly low and calming. Another one from Abersoch's 'Porth Neigwl' (Hells Mouth). Taken late July the setting sun is well over to the right and blocked out by the headland leaving the beach with a lovely cool to warm feel when looking out to sea.
Abersoch's Porth Neigwl (Aka. Hells Mouth) is notorious for it's big South Atlantic Swells. Paired with a South Atlantic Wind, it can become a scary place for any Captain. On May 13 1858 it claimed a ship named "The Twelve Apostles". With the right swell and offshore wind, the beach has become really popular with Surfers. This shot was taken under the same conditions that claimed the that ship back in 1858. You can clearly see what they were up against.