Yesterday me and Matilda went to Kullaberg outside Höganäs in the northern parts of Skåne. After a steep climb down from the old lighthouse we sat down to drink coffee and eat sandwiches next to a small reef. Afterwards I decided to climb down to the reef to see what I could get in way of sounds from the Atlantic ocean slowly rolling in.

As you can see in the picture the water passed by my D50 through a small rock formation, entering through a narrow opening to the right and then flowing out slowly to the left. The fizzling sound you hear when the water retracts is coming from the bared seaweed, it almost sounds like soda.

Geek note: Sony PCM-D50 (internal microphones spread 120 degrees)