No better way to blow away the Christmas cobwebs than a sunrise at the coast. The breeze from the north sea can be bracing at this time of year but this morning it was positively mild at 7 degrees.

Creswell is a place I've been to time and time again but have just never hit it right with light v tide v weather, but luck was on my side this morning as the sky hung around for long enough to get a few nice shots at Snab Point.

High tide was some 3 hours earlier and the receding sea left some rather lovely almost Jurassic like rocks jutting out.

Michael

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