Here are a series of image that I made recently whilst on a family holiday in St. Davids, Pembrokshire. Had a cottage just around the corner from the Cathedral and so it was an opprotunity to study the possible compositions ans catch the light at the best time. The best time was not at sunrise or sunset as during these phases the cathedral is in shadow during August. So it presented an interesting challenge to capture images in strong contrasting light.
Just got back from a holiday on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. This is the first imaged I have processed. Slea Head and The Great Blasket Islands in the background is the most westerly point in Europe. The jagged rocks in the area have seen many a ship wreck over the years.
I made this image in B&W to portray the dramatic atmosphere you get being at this place. It was late afternoon. A 20 sec exposure at f/8 with a 70mm lens, 0.9 ND Hard Graduated and “Big Stopper” filter.
Skomer Island from St. Davids Head, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Had a week in Pembrokeshire last week with very mixed weather. I like the curve of the cove in this shot from St. Davids Head at twilight as it contrasted with Skomer Island and the sky in the distance.