There’s nothing quite like the light at dawn as the sun peeps over the horizon. That lovely soft glow can’t be beaten and is the result of the angle of the sun being so low. This is why the light in the autumn is so much softer, the sun is much lower in the sky. Anyway, here’s St Michael’s Mount, just off the coast of Cornwall at Marazion.
You can just see the causeway on the left, outlined in white water. Another half an hour and it’d have been possible to walk across to the castle. I hope you enjoy the picture as much as I enjoyed taking it. Click on the image for a clearer sharper view..