Looking along the lovely beach at Porthleven. The final colours of the dropping sun light up the silhouette of the institute and Pier.
Fog bow in a field
St Michaels Mount
St Michaels Mount off the coast of Marazion, Cornwall.
Unreachable un less by boat at high tides but during the lower tides you can walk across the causeway
Taken on a balmy summers night.
This was my first visit to the Castle and I was impressed by how outstandingly well preserved it is.
Standing tall above the dunes and the town its an impressive structure for sure.
I have presented it here in a marvellously rich monochrome. I feel this brings out the best in this long exposure image with the clouds of an impending storm gathering above the castle.
Buttermere black and white
Buttermere Lake, one of the jewels in the beautiful English Lake District National Park.
Fleetwith Pike sits majestically at the far end of the Lake.
A peaceful English morning in Cornwall
Porthleven Pier Cornwall
A beach looking southwest as the sun sets over in the west.
Picking up the muted tones common to a non sunset facing image.
61 second exposure pulling out the light but subtly blending the colours.
The Millennium Bridge looking towards St Pauls
Waves breaking on some rocks.
St Michaels Mount
St Micheals Mount sitting in Mounts Bay Cornwall dominates the landscape. A tidal island connected to the mainland by a natural causeway which has been strehgthened by a cobbled path. Shown here in a panoram format the image is made up from 2, 63 second exposure images stitched together. the day was rather misty and the headland in the distance is partially obscured. The village in the distance is Mousehole another well know tourist destination.
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