Time it so the lowering sun meets a rising tide and the rocky plateau at the end of Pentire Point West becomes a feature strewn 'rockscape' of flooding waves and rushing, watery textures. It's not the easiest place to reach and a constant watch is kept on the sea. The tidal reach (the difference between high and low tide level) is often around 6 meters here. The time between every transition is 6 hours, 12.5 minutes. Therefore, in basic terms, during every hour of an incoming tide, the sea rises 1 meter. Therefore it's not hard to see why the shooting opportunity is limited here.
Yet I am drawn back time after time. I relish the wild outlook and detached remoteness. I love the thrill that courses through me here. I am mesmerised by the outlook and the way the sky changes with the evolution of the daylight hours.
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Location: Pentire Point West, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons