On the western shores of Kimmeridge in Dorset lies the magnificent Broadbench. An outcrop of rock with the most amazing textures and contours that are revealed at low tide, worn away by the sea over millions of years. Not a particularly difficult location to reach but just off the beaten track enough to make it a little special. The sunset lit up the rocky ledges wonderfully on this evening.
|Camera||Canon 5D Mk III|
|Lens||Canon 16-35mm f/4L|
|Additional Notes||055 Manfrotto tripod - LEE Landscape Polariser - LEE 2 stop hard ND grad filter|
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