Photographer's Note

The western coast of the Isle of Wight is made up of chalk, sandstone, flint, and clay, there are also many fossils found in the area too.
This photo was taken at Freshwater bay looking southeast just after sunset.
Freshwater bay is sat upon a chalk ridge that runs many many miles, showing itself at Whitecliff bay on the far eastern side of the island, here at Freshwater bay, also at the Needles (slightly further north) and then heads out into the English channel and shows itself again many miles to the west in Dorset at the Old Harry Rocks in Studland Bay.

I used a Polarizer and an ND8 Graduated filter with a 30 second exposure.

Please note: I have lost a LOT of quality due to compression just so i could upload it to TE!

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Additional Photos by Jamie Russell (Jamierussell) Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 46 W: 1 N: 842] (6015)
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