I’d like to say that I had spent months scouting out this location, planning all of the elements to come together like a symphonic orchestra, but I’d be lying.

This was purely a case of right place, right time. I had been scrambling over the rocks for about twenty minutes or so at Queener Point, Rame Head in South East Cornwall, when I literally stumbled across this pretty amazing spectacle.

Battling against sea spray and slippery rocks I fired off a few shots trying to time the water cascading over the central rock. To my delight on returning home I was pleased to see that I’d bagged a good’un.

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