As I rounded the coastline, Westcombe beach came into view for the very first time. Instantly, it was easy to see the potential of the large, angular, monument-like rocks with their shiny slate surface, which seemed to reflect the light from above. It was certainly very eye-catching.
Just before the sun began to sink below the horizon, I moved away from the sandy beach to compose my final shot of the day. As twilight approached, the air was unusually still with the sea and the sky appearing virtually motionless – this was perfect for what I had in mind.
This slow exposure image perhaps evokes a sense of the prehistoric era or even otherworldly landscapes. It’s definitely one of my personal favourites. Thanks for looking. Mk