Supports at Sea
This weekend I finally made it out with my camera for the first time in a number of weeks after finally shifting a nasty cough/cold.
I’m always keen to try and visit new locations when I can and Aberdour in Fife was the chosen spot for sunrise on Saturday.
There is an old jetty which offers good opportunities, particularly for long exposures if you get he right tide. While it wasn’t high tide there was enough water around the base of the jetty and with a little colour in what was a cloudy sky it made it a worthwhile trip.
I can’t say I’m 100% happy with what I’ve produced here, I don’t think I ever am when visiting a location for a first time.
However, it’s one I’ll be looking to revisit in the future now I have a better understanding of the location… even if just to visit the Aberdour Bakery again!
Nikon D800 | Sigma 35mm F1.4 | ISO 100 | F8 | 64s