A couple weekends ago I was out in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. There was a massive coastal low pressure system that hung around all weekend creating some mammoth surf and angry skies.
While it wasn't the most picturesque beach weekend, it did challenge me to get outside of my comfort zone and work for the photos.
Going for long shots with my 70-200 gave the beach scenes some really great depth while still getting a sense of space and scale.
Once the rain died down I was able to get the tripod and filters out to do some long exposure shots with water swirling around the Jetties.