I went up the hill to find some windswept totora trees – no surprise there I can hear you say!
At the top windswept was an understatement.
With my camera on a tripod, which was weighed down as much as I could get it, I experimented with various shutter speed to try and get some movement in the grasses.
The feeling of the wind is there in the image, but it's easy to look past it to the bay beyond. I think this is an example where a title is important. Had I titled the image “Towards Port Levy” then a viewer would be encouraged to look at the view and miss the feeling.