I love shooting this aspect of Crantock. It always looks so expansive and wild. In a wide angle lens, I like the way the headlands reach across and lead the eye to how The Goose (the distant rock feature) punctuates the horizon. Yet for this image I ventured down at dawn, and this gives a completely different feel to the atmospherics than when shooting a sundown. For with the light coming from behind, the higher clouds are brighter and the horizon is darker. The total reverse of a sunset situation. With the tideline flow bringing light and texture to the foreground, the resulting image is one that draws the eye in, and really captures the emotion of that chilly, winter's morning.
This image is ideally suited to reproduction, either as a large 'contemporary' unframed acrylic glass artwork, or a more traditional mounted and framed fine art print. The drop down menu below lists both purchase options in a number of sizes.
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Location: Crantock Bay, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons