This abstraction was a difficult image to make. I had to wait until the late afternoon for the light, and he quartz was tucked behind some granite rocks on the foreshore just east of Deps Beach and it was not possible to put my body in the space between the granite and the quartz to obtain a low view:
So I had to lean into the space, try and balance my feet on some sharp edges and hold the Sony NEX-7 camera low. Thankfully the camera has a fold out back and so I could focus the image using it.
Here is a non-macro version made with a full frame digital camera:
There was no way that I would be able to use a tripod and film camera here as there is not enough space for the tripod.