Hartlad Quay with the PLM 55-300 (image heavy)


PeterKR

Link Posted 06/10/2019 - 20:54
Earlier this Summer Bill Ward posted a fabulous set of shots of Hartland Quay in 'moody' early morning and evening lighting. This is also one of our 'go-to' places as the rock formations are quite amazing. Whilst we were not able to go there very early or very late we did manage to go there recently in what we feel is the best weather for shots here, i.e. BAD weather, with strong winds whipping up the waves. I took along my K70 with the PLM 55-300 and since the wind was a challenge for hand held shots even for the Pentax SR I used TAV and 1/400 at f/8. I apologise for some seeming repetition but the conditions meant that the seascape scenes were constantly changing.

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20. Lundy Island seen from Hartland Quay



I hope you like these - all comments most welcome.
Peter
Last Edited by PeterKR on 06/10/2019 - 20:58

richandfleur

Link Posted 06/10/2019 - 21:27
That looks rough and raw / exposed to the elements. Thanks for sharing.
Last Edited by richandfleur on 06/10/2019 - 21:27

PeterKR

Link Posted 06/10/2019 - 22:55
richandfleur wrote:
That looks rough and raw / exposed to the elements. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks , Richard.

You might guess looking at those jagged rocks that they were the cause of many shipwrecks in the past - there is a shipwreck museum in the little street there.
Peter
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