A few moody images taken during a short break on the rugged East Coast of Scotland; time is a bit limited when one is responsible for looking after an active 2 year-old grandson but I managed to slip away one morning to capture these shots. Don’t worry, I left my grandson in the safe hands of his mum and nana! Unfortunately, I cannot reveal the exact location of this bay as it is on private property, however, I’m pleased to say that I did receive retrospective permission from the owner for my photography!
A stitched panorama using the horizontal shift facility on the Nikon 24mm tilt + shift lens.
ISO 320 1/30 sec at f/14 Nikon D800 with 24mm f/3.5 tilt shift lens.
A moody sky and a dead-calm sea; what a marvellous coast line.
ISO 320 73 sec at f/14 Nikon D800 with 24mm f/3.5 tilt shift lens.
Love the curve of the harbour wall leading the eye from the upturned boat through to the ladder descending into the dark water.
ISO 250 30 sec at f/14 Nikon D800 with 24mm f/3.5 tilt shift lens.
How many winter storms have broken over this ancient harbour dwelling?
ISO 320 1/200 sec at f/11 Nikon D800 with a very old 35mm f/2 lens.