A few weeks back I had the pleasure of spending a few nights in the Lizard peninsula.
Armed with my Fuji X-Pro 1, an 18mm lens and a ND 500 filter, I thought I’d use the opportunity to take some long exposure shots of the stunning Cornish coastline. In a short time, I managed to capture the sunset twice – once at Mullion Cove and once at Kynance Cove.
I also took a number of shots during the day at Gunwalloe Church Cove – this wasn’t the easiest task as I had my 8 month old daughter strapped to my chest. None the less, I think she enjoyed herself.
I’m not usually one for taking landscapes.
To do it well, it’s something that you need to put a lot of planning, effort and time into, and these days I don’t really have much spare time on my hands.
But I have to say I’m really happy with the results I’ve got here.
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Flowing away into the sea – Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Looking out from here – Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Across Kynance Cove at sunset
Standing still at Mullion Cove, Cornwall
Misty waters at Gunwalloe Church Cove, Cornwall
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