I have not been down to this great location for a while and thought I would show the area off to a friend who has just got into photography. David Clapp a well known photographer in the area showed me this place and I am thankful to him as it proves to be a great spot with ever changing shore.
Rust and Rise
Teignmouth sunrise....had to drag myself out of bed at 4am for this one. Well worth the result when the sun started to show its face :)
Spring in my step
I have a real thing for seascape shots at the moment now I have moved down to Devon, if anyone can tell me some good locations that they visit to shoot or just know in general that would be great? :) This shot was more of a test for me as I wanted to find and capture a way to get the sun in without the sky blowing out and show off the beams of light.
"Got this great new area to shoot thanks to David Clapp. It has great rock formation and the beach seems different every time you visit. Seen in Serenity Competition as Highly Commended winner! http://thephotographicangle.co.uk/competitions/serenity-p-19/winners/"
Smooth and Sharp
This started out as a dog walking day but soon turned from throwing stones to camera, tripod and running from large fast waves. I love Seascape photography and the only thing that annoys me is cleaning the lens from sea spray every 5 seconds (Nikon if you can hear this a lens/filter with a mini car like windscreen wiper would be a great addition to your range).
The Bradbury effect
As the sun set down I took the chance to climb the ledge using my tripod as a balance aid. Mr Bradbury was still setting up as he thought it would be a good idea to tackle the new tripod for the first time while on shoot....think he will test before next time as nothing is more annoying then seeing the sun slip down the sky while you fumble around with new shining equipment!