I remember the drive we did from Dallas to Salt Lake City being defined in a large part by the changing geology of the landscape as you moved across the South West states. I was surprised to find our trip to South West Wales was similarly defined by geology too: the curved strata in the cliffs at Little Haven, the dramatic protrusions of rock on Marloes Sands beach, and then again here at Nash Point which felt more like a set from a fantasy or sci-fi movie than something real. Even up close the rocks felt like they must surely be cast in fibre glass or cut from foam ready for Peter Jackson to make a scene from his next epic trilogy here.
Capturing this scene I found quite challenging - trying as I am to cram in both the epic Nash Point itself whilst simultaneously trying to get the long sweeping cliff to show this isn’t just a one off bit of landscape. Whilst the people aren’t as elegantly posed as one might like, I’m glad they’re there to give some sense of scale.
Taken on 10 July 2021 in Nash Point, United Kingdom, using a SONY ILCE-7RM2 with a Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN | Art 019 lens.