When I had a cheap polariser it didn't surprise me that it would get stuck to the lens no matter how careful I was not to screw it on too tightly. Eventually I threw the thing away after I'd had to put the damned thing in a vice! I took the plunge and bought an expensive polariser. It's no different. Good job I bougt a couple of filter wrenches. Must start taking them with me.
Lacking a telephoto I took some photographs while a few kite surfers were getting set up. I'm always attracted to contre-jour shots and the colourfully translucent kites breaking the monochrome monotony. A bit of a sunburst and the heightened contrast in the sky from the polariser and things don't look like one of my usual pictures.
Shooting into the sun at the beach gives scope for making graphic images - using shadows as shapes as well as silhouetted figures.
Not having taken a zoom I had a short telephoto on the other body, sans filter, which gave a different look.
Despite making a few reasonable pictures I still headed for home in the slough of despond!