Porlock Weir, a little fishing port on the coast of Somerset. A rather large expanse of pebbles along the beach. The characteristic pink pastel stones that belie this area of coast. Porlock means port, and weir refers to the salmon stakes and traps along the shore.
The headland sat underneath some moody cloud. Even with my heard edge filters, I still needed to tweak the images post processing. The light was flat, so after bracketing the shots and creating a HDR merge, I stuck with the default images and imported them back into Lightroom for some further adjustments with the filters, brushes and some vignetting. These wee taken at nearly 2pm in the afternoon. Not always a good time of day, minus the golden hours etc. I only have time when it presents itself, so making the most of it is all I can do. I knew I could do something with the clouds, and the pebbles distinctive colours.
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