Morte Hoe, Devon.
8th January 2009
Morte Hoe turned out to be just what I was looking for on this trip.
Jagged rocks and lively seas, just my type of thing.
I spotted the rusty tones of an old wrecked boat in the surf that contrasted with the neutrality of the dominant rock forms and made that a focal point of my first shot.
As the tide was rising I moved further up the beach and concentrated on the cleft rocks a little further out to sea.
This has become a favourite image that I have reworked a few times as my post production skills have improved over the years.
We moved a little further up the coast for a look at the lighthouse but the light was uninspiring so we moved on towards our next stop, Hartland.