A place for reflection

After moving from the south of Spain to the Costa Brava, I’m finally getting myself organised enough to get out to do some serious photography. After a couple of early morning visits to a possible location to check out compositions and lighting, yesterday I was ready to go.

There are three types of subject matter I’m particularly drawn to (trees, the sea and rocks). Put them all together within a half mile walk from home along the beach and I’m a very happy photographer!

The particular cove in this photograph faces east and I wanted to be there in time to catch the early rays of sunshine shining onto the cliff face. So at 7-50 am – after a scramble over the rocks, tripod set up, -10 stop neutral density filter on the lens – I was ready to ‘catch the light’.

 

 

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  2 comments for “A place for reflection

  1. Kit Haig
    April 11, 2017 at 10:07 am

    And ‘catch the light’ you did in a way that moves me to: early morning by the sea on a quiet day feeling content.

    • David Collins
      April 12, 2017 at 11:44 am

      Thanks Kit. Appreciate your comment. x

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