A stunning sunset at Pentire in Cornwall! The light bouncing off the ocean created a wonderfully warm scene despite the cold sea wind.
Located at Gribbin Head in Cornwall is the 84ft square beacon tower known as Gribbin Daymark. Built in 1832 to help navigate vessels into the harbor at Fowey and around St.Austell bay. It has never been lit and operates solely as a visual marker, its striking red and white paint is visible from land and sea for miles.
A Surfer returning to shore after a late evening session in the swell at Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall. A waterpainting effect applied to give the image a smooth effect
A Lone Surfer beginning the walk back to dry off after a session. A beautiful sunset falls into place behind him. The image has been given a waterpainted effect to allow for a smoother and relaxing feel.
A view of Truro Cathedral from Malpas as the sun sets in the distance. This beautiful old building is one of only 3 cathedrals in the UK to house 3 spires
The Tregudda Gorge with sunset drenched clouds as a backdrop. This is one of my favourite places in cornwall as the harsh rocky landscape makes for some really dramatic images
Looking out on the sea from Trevose headland near Padstow Cornwall
A public telescope in the village of Looe in Cornwall, placed to allow walkers by to gaze out into the sea and spark the imagination of adults and children alike.
Taken in the late afternoon sun at low tide, in the harbour at Fort Picklecombe, Torpoint, Cornwall
A view across the fields surrounding the Gribbin Daymark near Fowey in Cornwall
Photographed exiting Plymouth 18/09/2019, The Baden-Württemberg F222 Frigate was in Plymouth for Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST). This was taken from Fort Picklecome in Rame, Cornwall (an old WW2 fort converted to accomodations) as the sun was setting casting a beautiful orange glow over the sky
Some cows grazing in a cliff top field on the coast near Padstow in Cornwall
The waves splashing up against the rocky outcrop at the Pentire Peninsula, given a strong painted effect.
Three pretty seaside cottages located in Charlestown in St.Austell, Cornwall with a beautiful sunset as a backdrop. The area is steeped in history and has been used as a filming location for many popular television shows and films due to its harbour that frequently houses tallships.
Fishing boats in Mevagissey harbour waiting to head out for the days catch. Edited to look like a painting
Looking down at Plymouth Sound from above using the treeline as a natural frame
A vintage filter applied on a modern day image of charlestown harbour, it is very well known as a filming location for many popular films and tv shows and frequently offers shelter to tallships as in this image
The fishing villiage of Mevagissey with its quaint side streets and alleyways makes for a fantastic seaside destination for holiday makers and locals alike
The lighthouse at Mevagissey on an overcast day with a painted finish
A Monochrome long exposure looking down the Tresillian River on an overcast day.
Looking off the cliffs at Tregudda Gorge from as close as i dared to get. Its a long way down and the sea was pretty rough