This picture was taken on the Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend of 2020. I had it in mind for a while to capture this type of image from the highest part of Baggy Point, plus I knew with a very busy Bank Holiday village coupled with the ultra clear conditions that these evening looked to be perfect.
Equipped with my zoom lens, I waited until after the sun had set and the lights started to illuminate the village. These were taken with a very slow shutter speed of about 20 to 30 seconds which made the wonderful car light trails.
This image is immensely sharp and show off the amazing detail of this beautiful place at dusk. It is mounted behind glass and surrounded by a black coloured textured wood frame.
The print itself is 760x300mm and is now only offered as a Whitewall produced print on photometallic paper enabling the highlights to really stand out and glow. It has to be seem to be believed! The print is professionally dry-mounted, then finally mounted in a black or grey wood frame behind glass.
For more information about the print, please visit the Whitewall website here.