Very nice one, Q! I’m guessing a Polaroid filter was helpful? Must visit those marshes, with my wellies and the dog. Mike

Yes, it’s a great place, especially – at the moment – if you like samphire: it’s growing everywhere!

I didn’t actually use a polariser on this one, though it does look like it. The sky was intensely blue, and the contrasting colour of the sand meant that just selecting the colour filter when converting to black and white was enough for a dramatic effect.

[…] this beach and the car park, however, are salt marshes, which are also fascinating, and I’ve photographed them before, and more than once, from ground level. But the patterns and the scale start to become apparent […]

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