After a couple of days enjoying the beauty of the Gower Peninsula on the South Wales coast, my wife Liz and I were bracing ourselves for the long drive back home to North Wales.
But we couldn't leave the area without a diversion to the Ceredigion coast at Llangrannog, to spend a couple of hours walking the lovely beach and headlands of this gem of a spot.
Plus, the weather was extremely nice after a few days of mixed rain and sun, so a final dose of rays was not to be missed.
Llangrannog was at its finest in the bright sunshine, so I took plenty of photos as we walked around.
The tide turned during our visit, so I took advantage of the newly washed and exposed sand to take a series of images around the dramatic rock formations at the north end of the beach, without footprints marring the effect.
This image features a sand passage between two large rock formations and was timed to catch a receding wave leaving a white line on the sand, which leads they viewer's eye nicely through the frame from bottom to top.
I also used the opportunity to shoot a video of the waves sweeping in and out at this spot, which you can view by following this link.
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Filename - llangrannog beach 05.jpg
Camera - Canon 6D
Lens - 24-105mm zoom @ 24mm
Exposure - 1/80 sec @ f8, ISO100
Filters - Polarising filter used to reduce glare and darken the blue sky.
Location - Llangrannog, Ceredigion, Mid Wales
This image - 533x800px JPEG
Conversion - Adobe Lightroom and PhotoShop CC
Comments - Handheld exposure with lens stabilisation.
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