Tag Archive: beach

Tenby Before Dawn

In the pre-dawn light, Tenby looks more mediterranean then west Wales – peaceful and colourful. This is why you get up before dawn. For a higher quality version, please see my Flickr page.… Continue reading

St Catherine’s Island, Tenby

I took a long exposure image of the fort on St Catherine’s Island, Tenby, at sunrise. The seagulls on the beach, bless ’em, kept still for the entire 25 second exposure. Seems you… Continue reading

Selsey Lifeboat Station

It looks calm in the image, but the very presence of the Lifeboat Station tells you how dangerous the sea can be. That said – there are small boats in abundance – giving many… Continue reading


Serenity sitting on the shingle at Selsey, with the picturesque lifeboat station in the background. A very early start for this one – up at 04:30 in order to be on the beach… Continue reading

Long Exposure At Llantwit Beach

A 20 second exposure at Llantwit Beach can end up giving you a really surreal image – almost as if you’re looking at another planet. I’ve decided that this image would be even… Continue reading

Red Boat

I took this image at Lytham St Annes in December of 2012, using my trusty old D40. I rediscovered the image as I was finishing migrating my Aperture library into Lightroom. This little… Continue reading

Cliffs from the Beach

  When the tide is out at Llantwit beach, you can walk out quite a way. I took the opportunity to take a photo looking back at the cliffs. Feet got a bit… Continue reading

Cliffs at Llantwit Beach

There was some lovely light at Llantwit beach the morning I was there. I knew, as soon as the sun rose above the horizon, that the sea cliffs would light up, giving a… Continue reading

Limestone Pavement

For all the world it looks like this was a cobbled pavement laid down by a gang of workers, but this is a limestone pavement on Llantwit beach. It was later in the… Continue reading

Sea Cliffs

I was fortunate enough to encounter some gorgeous light at Llantwit beach. When the tide was out, I took the opportunity to head out and take an image looking back at the cliffs,… Continue reading