Taken about 30 minutes after the previous post, the skies had turned a lovely pastel shade after the sun had set.
Known at ‘the lighthouse on legs’, the proper name of this structure is Burnham Low Lighthouse. It’s instantly recognisable and is the most photographed structure in the area.
You have to be very careful on this beach. Burnham has, I’m told, the second highest tidal range in the world, and the tide comes in very fast. Keep your wits about you and you’ll be fine – but always take care here.
Photography stuff: 18-50mm lens at 42mm, 2 seconds at f/16, tripod