I've always be drawn towards the sea its power and beauty never seems to bore me i can sit and watch waves for hours. I love to surf and find just as much enjoyment taking great photos of friends surfing. This winter Cornwall has been battered by storms massive waves high winds reshaping our coastline and showing that you can never tame nature. These are just a few photos taken one morning this year when a storm drifted through West Cornwall taking away the pier at Lamorna Cove and leaving only rubble in its wake.
Saturday, 11 January 2014
Friday, 10 January 2014
I'm lucky enough to photograph one of the best kite surfers in the world on a regular basis, he's a close friend and we travel together a lot as well as exploring are local beaches of Cornwall its not all fun and games and many hours are spent in car parks waiting for conditions to get right... But when it does these are the results..
If your interested in learning to kite surf Lee runs a local kite school in Penzance for more info about learning to ride with a him at Pasty Adventures then click on the link.
I recently spent the day out photographing a storm batter the coast of Cornwall although the waves were big I think the actual size and power of this storm has been over hyped on social media. That said the power of mother nature is still something to marvel and with the way climate change is effecting us I expect to see storms and damage on this scale more often in the winter months.