The island of Bryher in the Isles of Scilly is a spectacularly inspiring destination. No matter the tide or atmospherics, there is always a remote cove or jutting promontory to set-up at, get away from everything, and just concentrate on photographing a marvellous setting.
On the far side of the island, the dramatically named Hell Bay offers a host of such places. Facing out into the Atlantic, the wild, windswept bay has an other-worldly feel to it. Weather-rounded features spread across the bay and deep fissures and kelp-laden crags punctuate the rocky shoreline.
This image relates the story of a summer's morning looking across to Gimble Point. As the sky lightens, so thin tendrils of high cloud start to glow with warm colours. A spirited swell presses in to flood the rocks with a foaming white flow.
This photograph is ideally suited to reproduction, either as a 'traditional' mounted and framed fine art print, or as a 'contemporary' unframed acrylic glass artwork. The drop down menu below lists both purchase options in a number of sizes. However, if you would like to discuss your options and see a high resolution version of the image, feel free to use the Contact Me section or call me on 01637 831251. For international calls use +44 1637 831251.
Location: St Agnes, Isles of Scilly
Photographer: Chris Simmons