Here's a bit of a fun picture; the memorial shell sculpture on the beach at Adleburgh in Eastern England.
It's made of about eight tonnes of stainless steel and when we came across it we thought it was in memorial to those lost at sea, as it has cut into it 'I hear those voices that will not be drowned'. In fact it is a memorial to the English composer Benjamin Britten, one of relatively modern times, and who's music I have to admit I found pretty dire. By all accounts it is pretty unpopular at Aldeburgh.
Anyway I liked it, so here it is on a three frame panoramic with the 5DII and 40mm pancake plus a touch of fill from 430EX. Shot just as the sun rose above the horizon, and underexposed for effect.