Winchelsea Workshop, an unbelievable sunrise

The next morning we went further up the beach at Pett Level where it becomes more rocky and there is a large, crumbly cliff. We had left the hotel at 6.00am in order to  try and grab some sunrise shots.

The sky lightened to what looked like it was going to be a dull morning, so nobody thought much would come of sunrise. How wrong could we be, the sky flamed red and a scarlet sun rose above the horizon. Very exciting, and I tried different compositions to extract as much as I could out of the moment. After sunrise the sky dulled and everything looked overcast again. It had been a surprising interlude.


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