Landsend from Pordenack Point
This shot was taken after sunset using the last light of the day. The wind was blowing at gale force right into my back as I set my tripod up as close as I dare to the cliff edge. The wide angle lens gives the impression that it is at a comfortable distance but in actual fact the three hundred foot drop to certain death was just a couple of feet away and the wind was doing its utmost to push me over.
I had to keep a firm grip of the tripod and huddle round the camera to protect it from the gusts during the thirty second exposure which has turned the raging sea into an ethereal mist which combined with the soft light has given this image a surreal quality.