Summer sunrise shoots are always the most difficult in the UK, often requiring 3:30am alarm calls to be on location by 4:30-5am ready for sunrise. This shoot at Ynys Lochtyn near Llangrannog was one of those shoots but despite the early start, this is most definitely my favourite time of the day. If feels like you have the whole world to yourself (and a few sheep).
I love the angular lines that lead your eye through the image, from the warm tones of the grass and ferns to the cool tones of the sea and back to the warm tones of the sky.
This image was published in the April 2020 (issue 255) edition of Outdoor Photography Magazine as “Viewpoint of the Month”.