After spending many years photographing landscapes, I had the opportunity to turn my eye to the sea. At first challenged by its broad, flat nature, I sought an intimate way to photograph the sea. The key was focusing on how the gentle waves lapping upon the shore made me feel, and thus slowing both my own pace and the exposures made with the camera. Through lengthy exposures, taken after the sun dips below the horizon, I have attempted to capture the simultaneous ebb and flow of the tide, the ever-changing nature of the shoreline, and the colorful reflections of the evening sky.