For my final coastal location during my shoots for my NMP, I visited Red Bank.
My original intentions were to visit Hest Bank, but I was unable to find, after a great deal of searching. Whilst searching further along the coast in Bolton Le Sands, I came across an unknown site known as Red Bank.
Amongst my other images, I utilised this as an opportunity to develop a series of landscape images. I experimented with a variety of different composition, often emphasising a distinct feature of the environment, following the flow of the water and representing a variation of different tones, colours and geological characteristics.
Some of these were a closer look at the way oils moved through the water near the waters edge.
Many represented distinctive breaks in the clouds that illuminated the shore creating a very distinct aesthetic quality to the images.
Overall, I was pleased the resulting landscape images, many of which I feel are a strong representation of a coastal scene.