Corsewall Lighthouse, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland by Nick Silverstein

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After watching the sun get lower in the sky while at work and guessing it was going to be a great Spring evening, I headed out with the camera to Corsewall Lighthouse. It's local to where I live so didn't take long to ensure I caught the light of the setting sun. As the tide was low I was able to get quite far out on the rocks which helped me get a view of the waves crashing over the rocks and the reflection of the sunlight in the glass of the Lighthouse. Although it was a low tide this area of the Scottish coast can still through a rogue wave at you so while standing on a rock surrounded by sea I still had to be aware of what was incoming. This is a location that always has something to offer, even in the harshest of weather.

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