Captured in Yehliu around April 2010, a touristy spot neglected not long ago but with the resurgence of tourist from Mainland China has become yet again one of the biggest attractions in Taiwan.

Our group was there for about 45 minutes and after walking around trying to find a spot without too much people milling about this is it. Thinking back I should have screwed on the CPL filter. Had to think quick and expose for the sky, foreground and tried my hardest for the water. But our group was in a rush to leave that I had to pop 3 shots hand held.

Yehliu (野柳) is a cape on the north coast of Taiwan in the town of Wanli between Taipei and Keelung.

The cape, known by geologists as the Yehliu Promontory, forms part of the Taliao Miocene Formation. It stretches approximately 1,700 meters into the ocean and was formed as geological forces pushed Datun Mountain (大屯山) out of the sea. ~courtesy of Wikipedia