The golden hues of dawn's first light smear the eastern horizon. Apart from a the band of cloud covering the distant horizon, the sky is clear. Yet there is not even the merest sliver of new moon to light the inky heavens, so Porthcurno's slick, tideline is a shadowy swirl of soft reflection and velvet silhouettes.
The moment the sky started to lighten on this September morning I knew that something special was going to happen with the atmospherics. The tide phase was ideal as I could stand in my chest waders in the flooding tideline and align the murky foreground features with Logan Rock as it appeared out of the dark night.
This photograph would ideally suit reproduction as an unframed, contemporary artwork. A high resolution print directly mounted under 2mm acrylic glass would accentuate the highlights and details. A large format would create powerfully engagement to make a feature of a white wall. You can see this 'Vista' purchase option by clicking the drop down menu below.
Alternatively, an ornate 'antique mahogany' frame holding a fine art print would 'glow' in the soft light of a hooded spotlight. Please use the Contact Me section to get in touch and find out more about the wide range of options. Or if you would like to give me a call, feel free to phone me on 01637 831251. For international calls use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Porthcurno, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons