Heads of Ayr

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    Taken at the same time as Water Drops on Burning Rocks (previous). This is a shot of the heads of Ayr that dominate the southern stretch of coast.

    The tripod and myself were balanced on a rock in the sea getting this shot. Wet feet are an unfortunate sacrifice of waterscapes.

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    1. Jawdoc 27 months ago | reply

      the light and silky feel of the water makes this image rock!!

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    10. arwen.dear 27 months ago | reply

      morning people - ah...its because they enjoy getting up (and annoying the rest of us)...I got up early to take some nice first light shots yesterday and ended up with late afternoon ones instead - just came out better - life is trying to tell me something - perfect shot.

    11. MJSFerrier 27 months ago | reply

      That's a cracker keep meaning to go back there, its just such a pain in the arse finding somewhere to park last time ended up chapping one of the farms and asking to park at the farm, don't know how well that would have went down first thing in the morning ; )

    12. ms@n.photography 27 months ago | reply

      lovely warm photo, nice

    13. overgraeme 27 months ago | reply

      I tried going out once before. It was a few weeks ago (roughly.) Rather than the glorious sunrise you'd normally expect, it was dull and overcast. The dusk? Beautiful. I keep adding these things to my list. Whenever someone tell me its the best time of day, I'll wave it frantically in their face.

    14. overgraeme 27 months ago | reply

      Great place! There's also the old railway line walk along the top which can be stunning on the few decent days we get. I usually park at the Heads of Ayr caravan site behind the pub. Its always a bit of a jaunt down (well, more getting back up) especially carrying all the equipment. At least there's a direct path. I don't know any of the farms in the area, but I'm curious to know what one, roughly, you ended up at?

    15. MJSFerrier 27 months ago | reply

      Graeme it was the one next to the caravan park the path down took me right out beside the the caravans then I walked along was a bit of a hike but had been a summers day, didn't think you could get access to the caravan park unless you were a resident.

    16. Caitlin House 26 months ago | reply

      this is beautiful, great shot :)

    17. chazheng 26 months ago | reply

      Marvellous, such a pleasing sight to the eye!

    18. ~Kiwi~ 26 months ago | reply

      Omg...thats just incridible....

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