I was waiting for months in anticipation to attempt this photograph. We needed the highest tide of the year, daylight, a still morning, great looking clouds and an isolated barn on flat open marshland. Not much to ask really!
It all came together with a mid week overnight stop at Porlock so we could get down to barn just before sunrise.
At first light the water flooded in around the ‘L’ shaped building and started rising up the bank leaving only two foot of dry land along the thick hedged border.
Later that day we had a wander around the art and craft shops and a found a friendly cafe serving GF cream tea with homemade blueberry jam. It felt odd going back to work the next day almost like I had two Monday’s that week!
Gear : Canon 5D mk2, 16-35mm L lens, Lee 0.9 ND soft grad filter. Manual focus, iso50, f8, AWB.