Chapel Porth on the Atlantic Coast is a fascinating location. When the tide is in, a wide angle lens sees it is a compact, almost claustrophobic bay. When the tide is out, a wide expanse of beach opens up below high cliffs, that show all the signs of Cornwall's mining past. This is because the geology here presents a wide range of metals that add a wonderful palette of colour to the rocks. On a moody day, when the sky is grey, the light is flat and the tide is in transition, there are some wonderful, textural close-ups to be captured.
Alongside the popular options listed in the drop down menu below, this image is ideally suited to reproduction as an unframed, brushed aluminium artwork. Where the subdued mood and detailed textures would be enhanced by the natural sheen in the substrate that will bring out the gentle highlights. Due to the detailed nature of this format it does not appear in the drop down menu below. So to discuss this and other options, please use the Contact Me section or call me during office hours on 01637 831251. International callers please use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Chapel Porth, Atlantic Coast, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons