As the Sun Sets
A hiker looks across to the South Stack Lighthouse on Anglesey as the sun sets.
After an evening of frustrating skies and nothing really happening, the sun dropped below the horizon and suddenly turned the sky to a fiery red and pink glow behind Hilbre Island, the colour was incredible.
New Brighton lighthouse is always a great spot when the sun is low in the sky. This night I took quite a few shots from various angles but I love this silhouette shot and the way the light reflects of the draining water underneath.
Light glints off the broken glass in the old lighthouse at the Point of Ayr. The lighthouse here at Talacre is so beautiful at sunset, and even though the colour in the clouds was minimal I grabbed this silhouette. I love the light glinting off the glass in this one, almost like the sun is lighting the old broken lamp.
One of my favourite sunset shots that really shows how my ability has improved over the summer, I never would have been able to capture a shot like this in the past. I love the angles of the masts, the silhouette against golden firery sky and the last of the sunlight glinting off the boats on the shore.
Looking out along a jetty that juts out into the Marine Lake, West Kirby as the setting sun turns the sky shades of purple blue and pink.
After a disappointing evening with the weather the last few rays of the day brought in some beautiful colours that spread across the sky that reflected off the sands of the Dee Estuary from West Kirby.
A beautiful sunset looking out to sea over the Burbo Bank Wind Farm taken from the old Lifeboat Station on Hilbre Island in June 2020.
The last of the sun sets over the Irish Sea and the South Stack Lighthouse on the isle of Anglesey, North Wales.