This is one of my favourite spots to take pictures, Wheal Coates, St Agnes, Cornwall. Whether it’s down on the beach at Chapel Porth (this was taken at high tide so no beach) or sitting up amongst the mine ruins, I just love being there.
I get different pictures every time I go as the seasons change or the time of day differs. I guess this is another of those picture postcard type shots. I prefer the brooding, dramatic skies with the surf throwing up mist due to the gale force wind that’s blowing but hey, you take what you get and this weather is just glorious.. ;-)
Oh and just to let you know, the voting is now open in the DLR Urban Landscape Photography Competition. You can cast your vote for your favourite picture here. :-)
24mm f/11 1/80 sec. ISO-100