Although the title might fit better to a stormy sea, I think it could describe this photo which shows Mankinjoki river rapids during the flooding caused by snow melt. The rushing water has found new routes outside the actual river bed and the trees and undergrowth have a hard time in trying to resist the pressure of water, which rinses easily all soft soil away. You can see the remnants of snow in the photo.
This snow melt has made the river very rough, and it looks like you captured it a peak levels. It is a great TOM choice. I especially like the way the side light makes the rough water really pop! Well done. Regards, Patricia
The title fits perfectly well in my eyes, it is as impressive and dangerous as a storm in the sea. During snow melt a small creek can become unpredictable, it can rise to a big river. I don't want to think about it if someone falls in, the water is definitely ice cold and would carry you away. Great idea to share this image for TOM, the end of the winder is hard and also rough sometimes. Impressive photo.
One really feels the force and rush of this water. You managed the difficult light skillfully. Just at this time one can see the difference between spring light and summer light very well.
Greetings from summerly and very sticky Westphalia! Have nice week!