Image no. 9810, shown here, was the last photograph that was clicked by my PowerShot on 9th September last year just a fraction of a second before a wave washed my camera away (with me too). I was trying to capture the sky with my friends in foreground from a very low angle. I even wanted to get a silhoutte effect. The camera was just an inch above water surface during those ten fifteen seconds. Before that I was successful in preventing washout from two waves and there was a gap of a few seconds. I was too engrossed in setting the frame that I did not notice another wave coming near to me. As a fallout of this accident, the camera stopped functioning although I could recover all the photos taken till then from the CF card. Changing CCD of a camera is seemingly simple task but it is only Tuesday of this week I have camera with me. :-)
You may notice in this picture, that image of my friends in foreground has not turned into a perfect silhoutte and doesn't have sharpness. This may be due to the incorrect focus.
Camera: Canon Powershot A80
Exposure: 1/60 sec., f/4.9, ISO400