Photographer's Note

This was shot at Portland Bill, a rocky and hilly peninsula which lies at the end of Chesil Beach - the longest shingle spit in Europe. Most of Portland Bill consists of a town, a prison and a naval port but right at the far end a little of the area's original wildness may still be seen. The rocks here are Portland limestone which has been pounded, shattered and eroded by the sea. A magnet for photographers, in other words.

This small boat was pulled up above the tide line for the night when I came across it at sunrise. What drew e to this composition was the way the curve of the boat was mirrored in the clouds....

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