These photos were taken at Torness nuclear power station just East of Edinburgh during a windy and stormy winter’s morning.
I took these photos a year ago and I’m very proud of them. My 1st attempt at sea waves and long exposure.
I did think I have posted them before but I can’t see them on here.
Jacques le Roux ….
I saw a photos which tweaked my interest and I knew I have to go back to visit a site I have been at a few times BUT with a new goal in mind.
It was a misty evening and I phoned someone I know who lives close to the location, he confirmed it’s misty there. I jumped in the car and drive the 30 min and arrived very disappointed as the mist didn’t look great at all. As I have learned with photography don’t give up to quickly.
I walked down and spend the rest of the evening getting these photos.
My favourites of the evening.
I think this came out looking great with the spotlights at both ends of the eye.
The landscape photos looks great when the photo is full screen.
As I was leaving I tried to get a few photos of the Kelpies reflecting in the water.
Normally this would be red or blue but as I started the photo it was blue and the photo ended in red
the Kelpies came out as pink. Great bit of luck and I prefer the pink over the red.
I have realised not to give up on a location as you could always get a fresh idea to run with and test out.
Thank you for viewing my photos
Jacques le Roux …