This was a new location for me and one I liked as there were many compositions available, all as rugged and otherworldly as each other.
Spikes were needed to get down there as the ground was frozen solid and treacherous in parts; once down onto the beach, though, it was fine. We were greeted with the most incredible light along this exact section; of course, this immediately died the minute we got set up, as is usually the way! Then the rain set in again, so I set up, covered the camera, and went for a wander to check out other spots in the area.
Later, we got quite a long time where the rain had stopped, and once again, the gorgeous light that had lit up the scene broke through, picking out all the detail in the rocks and weeds.
I finished by shooting some scenes with the sea coming crashing in, and as was the case on numerous days, I ended up with my boots full of seawater, which, as you can imagine, wasn't the warmest sensation in the world!
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