Saturday, 2 October 2010

A Cornwall Sunset

     I like the lines in this shot, the sea carves out some wonderful patterns, there's almost a square brickwork of seams being exposed by the sea, with a fairly long shutter speed, the incoming tide becomes a misty blur, but with a tripod the rocks remain a pin sharp mass, there must be a purple-ish coloured filter used in this shot, i like the way most of the shot is below the skyline, the sun is small, and yet not insignificant, there's a golden glow on the sea on the right, those rocks look bleak, but the ones in the middle foreground glisten in a lovely way, an inspiring shot, and to top it off it's in my own country, down in good old Cornwall, the most inspiring holiday County in England.

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