magic on a winter’s day

The views over to St Michael’s Mount change throughout the year and with the tides. In winter there are only two ways to cross over to the island – by foot over the causeway at low tide, or using the amphicraft. The best time to take a photograph is either early or late in the day as otherwise you are shooting into the sun. On this particular afternoon in late January, the rippling clouds seemed to appear directly from the silhouetted castle, creating quite a magical look.

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  1. Dina says:

    Lovely captures, Jude. Are they from the day we met?

    1. Heyjude says:

      They are Dina! The sky was very interesting with its ripples.

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