The all-to-familiar sight of Dunstanburgh Castle, though presented avoiding the typical black-bouldered foreground just ten minutes walk further down the coast (I did go there after and get some long exposures however...)
It was clear that the sunrise was never going to be an absolute blinder, so staying further away and allowing the horizon band of clear sky to silhouette the castle ruins seemed a better idea. I came across this series of partly submerged boulders and it was simply a case of selecting the most well-fitting one, through sand-texture, position and size.
Let me know what you think, it's had very little done to it beyond some selective brightness and contrast control.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5Dmkii |
|Lens:||Canon EOS 17-40L f/4 |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|