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It was immediately after this shot that the heavens opened and we made it to a doorway to shelter from a torrential downpour and then to the pub for a warm. This is Porthmeor beach St Ives Cornwall .
Back to beautiful Cornwall tonight, Porthmeor beach St Ives with a long exposure .
Many thanks for taking my image of London into explore last night too.
Blurred, but still my best (most complete) shot of Barbara Hepworth' sculpture (plaster, 1958). Seen in the Barbara Hepworth Museum in St. Ives, Cornwall. When I say "complete" I mean to be as close as possible to the sculptor's ability to let the sea speak through her. The weather and light that day were very poor and I also was not well enough to keep the camera still. Yet, the formidable power of the sculpture will hopefully get through.
First time using a ND. filter, drove me absolutely mad trying to get the exposure anywhere near right. It seemed to have a mind of it's own! Finally got this shot but not sure how, although I did work out that you have to have the eyepiece covered. Any tips welcome.
Just for a change a seascape from Cornwall.
This is a rainy sunset sky over Porthmeor beach St Ives Cornwall
I remember it had been a little cloudy all day but at the end as the cloud cleared to the South East I seized my moment to capture the reflections from the rim of that stunning cloud, Porthmeor beach St Ives Cornwall.
Early morning on Brighton Beach with the incoming tide lapping around the old West Pier.
Thanks to Mark www.flickr.com/photos/porthmeor/ whose previous comment gave me the idea for the title!
Porthmeor Beach,St Ives.
Panorama. Four images stitched in Magix Software. Taken from St Ives Head, on the 11/05/2012 at 13:08:53Hrs using a Nikon D3100 Camera with an AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens+ a 52mm UV Filter.
Left click on image or press L to view on BLACK. Right click on image & choose ORIGINAL for more detail.
I liked the shape and colour of the wooden bench. Also I liked the blurry bench and St Ives in the background. My Canon has developed a fault since I took this, so I am sad. I've found some simple fixes on the internet, I hope one of them works.
LOMO LCA+, Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100, cross processed
My second favourite beach, Porthmeor, has these houses / artists' studios backing onto it. The houses, and windows, are all different. There was a sea mist blowing in at this point in time. The weather was atrocious but on Porthmeor, everything is right
The mystery within the mist,
The destiny within the dream,
The secret within the silence,
The longing within the love.
It's that time of year again, Cornwall beckons. Can't believe that the seasons' wheel has turned so quickly! In a couple of hours Jay and I will be starting our journey into the dark night and heading on our merry way towards the magical light of St Ives for sun, sand, surf and the solace of the sea. It's been a bugger of year since last we were there but all things pass and there's a healing to be found by the eternal ocean.
I hope this post finds everyone well in body and mind, and may your own summer be full of joy and light. Take care but remember to dare! :-)
Porthmeor beach, St Ives, Cornwall
See more of my Sleepwalking project here
19th.century barns built by the Berryman family just yards from "The Captain's House" (see an earlier picture), Lower Porthmeor in Cornwall.
Please forgive the lack of sharpness this was hand held. I could not resist this cloud formation and that colour in the sky.
Another sunset from the West Country.
Porthmeor Beach St Ives.
I thought the sunset was not going to come to anything on this evening.
But a gap in the clouds alowed a little light through so I said thank you very much.
Sunset at Porthmeor beach St Ives Cornwall
A late evening surf under colourful clouds at Porthmeor Beach
Yet another image taken on Porthmeor beach in St Ives (different evening from the previous uploads).
St Ives in Cornwall. Porthmeor beach.
of Porthmeor Beach, St Ives - an archived image - early morning low tide.
an older shot taken on porthmeor beach in St. Ives Cornwall......never tire of these sunsets, and this place is magical - i can see why artists past and present have been inspired by the wonderful quality of light here
Took a few shots on Porthmeor Beach St Ives just before We left to drive back to Sussex.
I always find it very difficult to leave here .
That`s just how this image makes me feel . Sunset on Porthmeor beach St Ives Cornwall.