At the beginning of the month, I set the alarm early and headed out to Langland Bay for sunrise. The position of the sun meant I couldn’t go for the angle I wanted, so instead I headed out to Snaple Point. There was a smattering of sea thrift around, but not swathes of it unfortunately. I used my wide angle lens to include the beach huts, the sea thrift and the sun.
The clouds are actually the edges of a huge fog bank that was both up and down the coast – I had somehow chosen the only place that was fog free! After the sunrise spectacle was over, I headed onto the beach to try my new “thing” of photographing the beach from the sea. As always, I got wellies full of water because I always have to get the little bit further in! The camera was down low to emphasise the wave and I think, for the first time, I have a photo that epitomises Langland Bay!
Shortly after, I’m ashamed to say that I ran out of batteries! This is the first time this has happened since I’ve had my current camera for three years, but it’s all my fault for not charging it the evening before. I then sat on the sea wall with breakfast and a flask of coffee, enjoying the warm sun and waiting for rush hour to be over before going back home.