It wasn't the best morning for photography. It drizzled most of the previous night, so night shoot was basically cancelled and sunrise was fully overcast. We didn't catch any fish that morning either, even though it's quite a decent location for pollock and mackrel. So I tried to capture the mood of a summer muggy, cloudy day on the Welsh coast. It is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the UK, but I think I managed to get it in a bit more unusual setting.
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