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A worthy revisit.

Updated: Apr 1

This year I aim to get to some locations a bit further afield.

As much as I love the New Forest and Dorset I feel it is time I really stared exploring new locations and new subjects.

On this list this year are Snowdonia, Dungeness, and Dartmoor, areas that I know can produce amazing images.

Another on this list is Burnham on Sea.

I photographed this location about 10 years ago and fell in love with the beach and the landscape around here. It is not exactly local, but well worth the drive, so on Good Friday, I headed over.


Armed with my Nikon D750, 24-85mm and my KASE Filters, and a good deal of planning I set off with my mate Charlie.



Landscape Photography, Matthew Wardle, UK Landscape Photographer, Somerset Landscape, Coastline Photography


The wreck of the SS Nornen at low tide at Barrow.

Nikon D750.

36mm

15sec

ISO-100

f/13

KASE ND1000



Landscape Photography, Matthew Wardle, UK Landscape Photographer, Somerset Landscape, Coastline Photography

Breakers/Blockers, Barrow.

Nikon D750

24mm

1/50th sec

ISO-100

f/11

KASE - ND Grad



Landscape Photography, Matthew Wardle, UK Landscape Photographer, Somerset Landscape, Coastline Photography

'Far From Saints'

The famous, low level lighthouse at Burnham on Sea.

Nikon D750

24mm

13seconds

f/11

ISO100


KASE ND1000/ND Grad, stacked



Landscape Photography, Matthew Wardle, UK Landscape Photographer, Somerset Landscape, Coastline Photography

The Passing Storm

Nikon D750

55mm

1/13 second

ISO-100

f/22


I often get people asking me, why drive 6 hours in a day to only get a few shots, well I think it is worth it.


This is the first of a few new locations coming in 2024, along with some new, and old things that I am bringing back.


I'll be shooting 35mm, maybe looking at a camera change, and bringing back 1-2-1 workshops. Have a look at the upcoming ones here


I am again, looking at producing a book which will be published in 2025. I did try last year but had so much going on it was pushed to the back of my mind.


As I write this I am filled with ideas for future blogs and ideas going forward, I am really excited by this year, and feel it could be my best yet.


Thanks for reading, and see you all soon, I promise I will write another post in a week or two.


Matt



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