Hampshire Life - - Inside -

“As a lover of the great out­doors, to be out in na­ture at dawn and dusk with my cam­era in hand is the most en­joy­able thing in the world. Liv­ing near the border of Hamp­shire and Dorset I am lucky enough to visit and en­joy the beauty of both coun­ties.

I took this shot dur­ing a beau­ti­ful sun­set visit to Hurst Lighthouse. The lighthouse is lo­cated at Hurst Point and was built in 1867 to guide ves­sels through the haz­ardous western ap­proaches to the So­lent.

It’s a long walk and took us around 45 min­utes, but what an evening for it; it was stun­ning! I took this shot just as the sun was set­ting to the left of the im­age. Golden colours filled the sky as the clouds made their way past and I opted for an 8 sec­ond ex­po­sure. It was long enough to cap­ture the gen­tle breeze on the long grass in front of me and slightly soften those clouds blow­ing past.”

This im­age of Hurst Lighthouse and all Emily’s images are avail­able for pur­chase, visit emi­lyen­dean­pho­tog­ra­phy.co.uk to see more of her work.

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