We had a fantastic trip to the Jurassic Coast over the weekend. This place never disappoints!
One of the highlights of the trip was photographing Kimmeridge Bay on Saturday during what some people are calling the “tide of the century”: the exceptionally low spring tide was linked to the recent supermoon effect and the solar eclipse on Friday.
If you missed this opportunity then don’t despair — I’m currently planning another trip to this area for 22-25 January 2016, so please let me know as soon as possible if you’d be interested to come along, or book now. We’ll be staying at a lovely spa hotel in the Wareham area so it will be a weekend packed with gorgeousness.
Here are a few pictures from the weekend:
Getting up at 4.30 am and climbing the equivalent of 17 flights of stairs in the cold and pitch dark to position yourself in time for sunrise isn’t everyone’s idea of fun, but there are immense rewards when all the elements occasionally conspire in your favour:
Who says you can’t combine action photography with your landscape work? The trick is to press the shutter just before a big wad of spray hits you (and your camera, lens, filters etc.) in the face: