As it was a high tide at sunrise today, I set off for Budleigh Salterton with a preconceived view of the sun rising through the trees on Otterton Ledge, as it does at this time of year. What I really wanted was an interesting sky, but the forecast was for fog. Never mind, I thought, and my preconceptions turned to a shot with the sun peering through the mist, but when I got there there was no fog and the sky was empty, so I had to concentrate on foreground instead.
Its getting to that time of year when I’m going to have to change photographic tack, with dawn ever earlier and empty skies becoming the norm. Maybe time for some bluebell shots over the next couple of weeks.