For a few hours while I was in the Faroe Islands I was able to get onto the water from the village of Sorvagur. Being on the water let us see the Múlafossur waterfall from a different perspective. After photographing the waterfall we headed over to sea stacks and rocks in the Atlantic Ocean. With the constant motion of the water you need to use a faster shutter speed when photographing and also be ready. As we based this arch I noticed by getting closer to the water I could get an adjacent element perfectly within the arch for a short window of time. It was afterward I noticed the birds coming off of the arch and in the top right of this photograph.