I took this photograph about nine months ago. I’d planned a photo shoot along the river Exe estuary. My original plan was to leave Newport at about 5.30am to arrive at the northern most point of the estuary (near Exeter) and work my way along the shoreline toward Exmouth. That was the plan. In reality I slept right through my alarm finally getting out of bed about 8am.
In the end I arrived about 1.30pm and gradually travelled southwards as per original plan but obviously much later in the day. As it worked out things couldn’t have gone much better. I caught an amazing ‘Golden hour” (actually more like 35 minutes). This was my final shot of the day. The light had faded very quickly but I managed to snap this shot of a solitary looking building against the late evening sky.