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Covesea Heart Rock | by TheNorthLight.co.uk (davidlangan)
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Covesea Heart Rock

Often coastal locations require a favourable tide for successful picture making. This is very true for one of my favourite haunts below the towering sandstone cliffs of Covesea. Huge rocks beautifuly sculpted by the the eternal sea sit a good way down the beach and I favour the circumstance when their feet is under the water so it appears as if they float. This particular rock i have nicknamed the heart rock and when the water level is right incoming waves crash apon it and a small river and waterfall is created for a few seconds as water drains from a natural chute. Not only did I time the shot right but I was also lucky enough to have majestic gloaming colours in the sky to set the photograph off nicely.

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Taken on May 7, 2010