St Michael’s mount in Cornwall and wind surfers

I had not been in Cornwall before and I recently went with Roger (without little Edward) to celebrate our 5th wedding anniversary.
We stayed in Mousehole, a nice little town by the coast and visited St Ives too.

I was quite impressed with the western corner of Cornwall, its exposure to the natural elements, wind, rain, sunshine. It felt like being somewhere exotic and the view of palm trees added to that.

Here is a view of St Michael’s mount with some ‘brave’ people surfing on very unfriendly looking waters pushed by strong winds. I like this image because of the split in three elements along not very horizontal lines, earth, water and sky with what is human activity in the middle.

What do you think?

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2 thoughts on “St Michael’s mount in Cornwall and wind surfers

    • Thanks Roger, very useful feedback. You are right, less sand in the foreground and more sky! I will bear this in mind for the future. This is the kind of feedback I am so much looking for by posting my photos as this is a great way to improve. All the best. Laura

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