This image was shot at Spurn Point which is a spit of land jutting out into the Humber estuary. It's a great location for bird and landscape photographers alike. An exposure of a minute allowed the outgoing tide to go a little misty as it ebbed up and down the beach. I particularly liked the differing heights and angles of the wooden groyne posts.

The technical bit:
Location - Spurn Point, Humberside
Camera - Nikon D800
Lens - Zeiss Distagon T* 25mm f/2.0 ZF.2
Aperture - f11
Exposure - 60 seconds
ISO - 100