This collection of images are more abstract visions of the Pembrokeshire coast. Created using long exposures or intentional camera movement, I enjoy using these technique as it produces smooth tones and allows the colours and textures to convey the scene where details become blurred.
If you are interested in any of these images in different crops or printed on canvas, please get in touch.
When the tide is particularly high, the waves at Newgale will wash up and form mini headlands and inlets around the bottom of the pebble bank. I took this one as the sun disappeared and that blue time of night began. This was an evening of wet feet and evasive action!