We’re back from another trip to Jersey. Here’s La Corbière in rather different conditions from my August sunset shots. I dragged my poor family down to the lighthouse every evening this week and the sky remained doggedly grey until yesterday when we were supposed to be going to the airport for our flight home. A small detour was begged and granted. I only had ten minutes, but made the most of them.
Thank you 🙂
wow, gorgeous photo, it has so much depth!
thank you for sharing 🙂
Thanks. Glad you like it.
I have done St Michaels Mount in Cornwall which is similar I understand this looks as equally a fabulous place.
Thanks, Scott. Yes, I know St.Michael’s Mount. It’s equivalent is Mont Saint Michel on the French mainland, not far from Jersey. I hope to make a trip there next summer if our plans to spend more time in the Channel Islands come to fruition.
Looks pretty fantastic to me. Good thing the family was willing to indulge you.
Yes, thankfully. They got to spend each morning surfing so they didn’t feel too bad about letting me have the sunset hour. Shame there weren’t any sunsets until the last day!
Time well spent, Rachael – our thanks to your family. 🙂
That’s. they’re fairly patient. 🙂
Well worth the detour, it’s lovely 🙂
Thanks. It is a very lovely place, in all weather.
oooooo so beautiful.. the tones are exquisite
Thanks, Helen. It was nice of them to put that causeway there to provide foreground interest 😉
Verrrry beautiful. Loving the contrast of harsh black to vibrant oranges and pinks
Thanks, Bec. It was a tricky exposure, with only the smallest sliver to get details in the shadows and the highlights.
Certainly did make the most of those ten minutes , beautiful image
As though shooting sunsets/-rises weren’t stressful enough already! Nice work!