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Coast Guard Cottages, Seaford, England by Mark Bulmer

This location was a planed visit to take this shot of the famous Seven Sisters and the coastguard cottages in East Sussex. The first day I visited the location but light and tides were not to my liking. Planning to return the next day at high tide and with a better weather forecast I left to camp nearby overnight. The next day conditions were perfect and I set up for the shot using a Lee polariser and a 3 stop Lee soft graduated filter to control the brighter highlights in the sky. With the sun to my right shoulder the cliffs were illuminated perfectly, with the polariser doing its job perfectly reducing reflections revealing a beautiful turquoise sea. I later entered the image in to the Daily Mails "Britains Best View" competition in 2018 which I subsequently won. I was announced the winner of the competition in 2019.

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Mark Bulmer

I am Landscape Photographer from York, North Yorkshire. I like nothing better than travelling to locations in the United Kingdom in my small motor-home to stay in an area and capture the scenery and share my experience with others. I have been commissions to shoot images for the North York National park which have been published in their yearly magazines. 2018 winner of the Daily Mail best view in Britain. I also run workshops in the North York Moors and various other locations in the United Kingdom.

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