Porth Nanven beach is well-known for its large rounded boulders which are likened to dragons eggs. When we got there it was particularly cold, and a strong wind from off the sea was driving rain in our faces. Undeterred, Martin and I set up our tripods to take some landscapes, while Phil clambered around after more unusual angles.
|Anthony's colour version|
|Monochrome version by Anthony.|
I don't really have a favourite here – I think they're all valid interpretations of the scene, although I think the far away islands in my colour version are definitely going to get moved at some point!