Low Tide at Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven, at the seaward end of Cot Valley, is amongst
England’s westernmost beaches. Pounded by huge Atlantic waves, it
is characterised by huge ovoid boulders, some of them up to a metre
in length. Low tide reveals attractive, weed-free boulders framed by rocks. The Brisons, twin islands located about one mile offshore, make a handy focal point in the distance. A long exposure has smooths the waves into the appearance of mist.

HDR: 1.3, 10s and 30s at f/16, ISO 100
Accepted: Olympic (Greece) 2020 - Zeus and Apollo

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Low Tide at Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven, at the seaward end of Cot Valley, is amongst
England’s westernmost beaches. Pounded by huge Atlantic waves, it
is characterised by huge ovoid boulders, some of them up to a metre
in length. Low tide reveals attractive, weed-free boulders framed by rocks. The Brisons, twin islands located about one mile offshore, make a handy focal point in the distance. A long exposure has smooths the waves into the appearance of mist.

HDR: 1.3, 10s and 30s at f/16, ISO 100
Accepted: Olympic (Greece) 2020 - Zeus and Apollo

Buy this print online:

 
Item added to cart