Here are a few artistic seascape shots from our recent summer holiday in Jersey, Channel Islands.
I looked for a different view than the normal tourist postcard of St Brelades Bay. A walk to the far end of the bay reveals a cobbled jetty just below the old Fisherman’s Chapel. I like the perspective it gives across to the headland.
At the far north west of the island is Plemont Bay. It is worth the steep walk down to see the caves which are uncovered at low tide.
This rocky pinnacle was quite eye catching and framed a view down to the sea and the island far off in the distance.
Two golden hour images which I managed to take at sunset by St Ouens Bay on the west coast. My son Joshua and I were both trying to get some long exposures of the incoming tide in the fading light. I was happy with both of them, though the black and white looks more artistic.
Thanks for looking 🙂