A couple of weeks ago I had the pure joy of returning to the Jurassic Coastline on the south coast of England, and spending a week shooting this gorgeous location. The last time I visited was in 2013 and that was as part of our annual European Photowalks, with about 30 other photographers. This time it was just me, myself and I.
While I planned to return to a few of the locations I shot in 2013 I did want to visit a few new locations also. The first of which was Boscombe Pier in Bournemouth. Recently restored to the tune of £2.4m this is a beautiful Victorian pier, with lamps, kiosks and wooden boarding, which hosts art exhibitions and events from time to time.
I arrived for a sunrise that never really happened and instead I worked with what proved to be a very foggy morning indeed. However combining the conditions with Long Exposure techniques allowed me to create this ethereal image of the Pier floating somewhere between sky and sea.