On the most easterly tip of Falmouth sits Pendennis Castle, a fort built by King Henry VIII which saw use right up until WWII.
Next up in my Cornwall series, the lovely little seaside town we stayed in; Portreath. North of St Ives and near Redruth, Portreath proved to be the perfect spot to stay with most of Cornwall within a 30 minute drive.
For my March assignment I decided to return to Emsworth Train Station (see my earlier challenge post), this time in daylight.
A difficulty I often have when capturing a particular scene is selecting which image to use. I’ll come back with several shots that I am pleased with but as I can only pick one what do I do with the rest? I struggle to delete them – am I being too precious with my work?
Quick update – I’m proud to announce that my image “Ready to sail to the Moon” won the November round of the Emsworth Life – ONE Day competition! The image will become the official picture for November on the Emsworth 2017 Calendar. This is the first competition I’ve entered so I’m very pleased to have won.
You can find further details on the Emsworth Life page here: Emsworth Life ONE Day Winners.
As you may have already read, this competition is the inspiration behind my 2016 Assignment, so hopefully I will be able to repeat this success over the next year; I’m looking forward to see what the coming months will bring!