The next coastal location I visited as a part of my NMP was Cleveleys, continuing along this coastline to find relevant marine areas. I also utilised this as an opportunity to produce a series of landscape images.
Again, the pleasant conditions throughout the day proved to be complementary to the general features of the landscape.
For this, I identified different elements of this environment that represented a sense of place or interaction. There were a variety of aspects that stood from this, including; cruise ships, fishing, distinct structures by shore, a large metallic piece of debris, tourists, and the remnants of a pier.
Within this, I often favoured wide landscapes that represented a variety of the areas characteristics, giving a sense of scale and perspective to the composition.
Overall, I believe that this shoot was successful in developing potential landscape images.