Hartland Point is where the coast of Devon turns from facing north into the Bristol Channel to face west into the Atlantic Ocean. I gave this image a real blast of contrast and cool white balance to emphasise the almost alien landscape element to it. It almost could have been taken on the moon!
River of Snow
atlantic ruins - hartland
hartland quay is a difficult place to photograph in that a scramble over wet slippery boulders and rocks is required and to get this vantage point you have to balance carefully and have eyes in the back of your head to watch the incoming tide creep up from all angles before you are marooned on an outcrop.
a stormy morning in worcestershire, this cloud was as mean as it looks and produced some torrential rain within a few mins of taking this shot.
I love the little opening in the cloud where the sun is trying its best to break through.
poppy seed head
Loved the colours of this little poppy seed head. the muted tones behind it really help it pop out and become the spotlight.
taking photos in a snow storm can be tricky but worth the trouble when mixed with a weather front and light such as this. Conditions were very tough with strong winds that blew various icy fronts through the valley and along with it amazing light
15 mins before sunrise, snow had already fallen on the hill tops at various points in the previous days but this morning was sub zero, icey and totally still to the extent that the light mist even froze on the horizon - all perfect conditions for capturing this scene and keeping the white balance cold to represent the temperature of my fingertips :)