|0.6 second exposure|
|250 limited edition prints|
|10 artist’s proofs|
When it comes to waking up in the morning, nothing quite beats a freezing cold wind blasting across your face as you stand on a sea wall!
Taking a bit of a risk for a rain-forecasted day, I drove to Lyme Regis to shoot its famous sea protection – “The Cobb”. This breakwater has become a “must-have” capture for many local photographers over the years, but despite my home town being only an hour away, I’d never previously made it across to photograph.
As time clicked by, and sunrise having technically already happened, worry started to set in as the rain clouds (the forecasters were right!) started to fill the sky. As always though, perseverance came good – and about 15 minutes after the sun hit the horizon, it made it through a gap in the forming clouds to provide not only a perfect flare in the distance, but also a wonderful glow on the curve of the wall.
Location: London, England
Sizes available up to 3m / 10ft – for custom sizing, please contact the studio