Wheal Coates engine house is one of the iconic Cornish landmarks. Located behind St Agnes beacon it sits on the edge of steep cliffs overlooking the north Atlantic. Tin was mined here between 1802-1889 but flooding, unsurprisingly, was a problem as the operation extended out under the seabed. If you visit the site now there is a grill across the original shaft and you can drop stones through it and wait long seconds before they hit water far below. The engine house faces west so makes for a perfect sunset shot.
I really enjoyed this picture so I invite you to submit it for publication in Landscape Photography Magazine. If you wish us to promote your picture through all our social media platforms (over 630.000 followers) and offer you ultimate exposure, then follow the link to upload it:
|Camera||Canon 5D Mk IV|
|Lens||Canon 16-35mm f/2.8L|
|Upload Your Picture||
Your picture will be published on this website and will also be promoted via our Flickr page and all our social media platforms to over 600.000 followers. You might also be invited to publish it in Landscape Photography Magazine.
Please share this post.