I never tire of shooting Crantock Bay. It has so many visual facets that work in the lens at any time of day. Yet as the tide recedes with the setting sun, the reflections and atmospherics are often breathtakingly beautiful.
During the late autumn and winter months, from a position on the beach, the sun lowers behind West Pentire Headland. Yet as April approaches, its drops in to the sea and this makes for some gorgeous opportunities.
Here a solar halo glows high in a magnificent cloudscape as rich reflections cast in the wet sand.
This image is ideally suited to reproduction as a large unframed acrylic glass artwork, where the minimalist composition would be enhanced by the clean lines of this 'unframed' contemporary format. You will find a range of size options in the drop down menu below.
Alternatively, you could go completely the other way and have it as a smaller, A4 sized print mounted in a heavily ornate antique frame in either black or 'distressed' gold.
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 during office hours on 01637 831251. International callers use +44 1637 831251.
Location: Cornwall, UK
Photographer: Chris Simmons