A long exposure image extols the glorious, early summer palette of bright colour that blankets the Cornish cliffs and the rich blue and aqua hues in the sea and sky.
On this warm and soft afternoon, I sat on the high cliffs with my daughter Meghan, watching as large Sun Fish rose up from the depths to lie flat on the surface. This is where they got their name from as it appears they are soaking up a few rays. Yet, look closer and you will see them slapping their 'blade-like' ventral fins on their exposed flanks, to attract seabirds and invite them to feast on the pesky Lice that pepper their gills and skin.
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Location: Sally's Bottom, Atlantic Coast, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons