Walking down in this wierd little half pier on the property edge of May Day Park in Daphne, Alabama is usually a sketchy proposition, especially at higher tides. As you walk, the water vibrations push back out into the surf, even against the onslaught of waves. Which make you wonder, "Is this thing even attached to anything or just floating?"
As I stood at the end with this camera and tripod, the shutter actuactions would transfer through the tripod legs and into the boards of of the pier. I know this because I could feel the shutter clicks in my toes, through my shoes, 4 planks away.
One of these days I'll probably fall right through. But... not this time.