This was created entirely by accident. I was setting up my camera, with the intention of capturing a time-lapse, nothing out the ordinary; just a simple monochrome, high contrast time-lapse of a beautiful Cornish sunset, but I instead clicked the time-lapse 'composite' mode instead, which imprints the last image onto the new and I ended up coming back to find this on my camera, which was a bit of a surprise!
It was low tide so I decided to capture several long exposures, I collected some things found washed up on the shore, an hour on and the waves where crashing right up against my camera.
Time-lapse composite, Pentax K-70.
Porthpean, St. Austell, 2018.
Comprised of 2708 shots, this image has captured the movement in the clouds, piercing strike of the sun and the movement of a shooting star. The silhouetted trees and puffy cumulus clouds is where we are bound but the eternal skies above are still left vastly unexplored.