Ladram Bay, Devon

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 26-35 at 24mm, ISO 100, 488 secs at f22, Lee Big Stopper

Taken – Friday 28th January 2011

I’ve been wanting to visit Ladram Bay, which is just over the Dorset border in to Devon for some time and finally got the chance to do so late this afternoon. The rocks are red in colour and are from the Triassic age, formed some 250 to 200 million years ago, they are the oldest rocks along the World Heritage Coast. As the light was poor I used the Lee Filters Big Stopper to add some drama to the sky and sea, I’ll have to return another day for a colour image to show the rocks in all their Triassic glory.


~ by David Baker on 28 January, 2011.

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