Phil Corley

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  • Crocodile Tails

    The rock formations at Hartland Quay are stunning and to the right of the beach (when looking out to sea), there are lines of rocks running out to sea that look like the backs of giant crocodiles with their tails swishing in the waterLocation: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0397 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Crocodile Backs

    The rock formations at Hartland Quay are stunning and to the right of the beach (when looking out to sea), there are lines of rocks running out to sea that look like the backs of giant crocodilesLocation: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0379 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • In Line

    During my time at Hartland Quay, I found myself running in and out of the waves, grabbing images and retreating quickly, but sometimes everything seems to slowdown and stops, presenting a peaceful seascape at sunset.Location: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0377 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Beached

    Nearly at low tide, these ancient rocks sit on the beach as if waiting for the tide to come in and re-float them so they can continue their journey Location: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0497 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Watching

    It is as is these ancient rocks have lifted their heads out of the swirling tide to watch the last rays of sunset fade into the gloom of evening.Location: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0492 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Hartland Surf

    One of my favourite images from Hartland Quay, clearly showing the tide rushing in and offset with an amazing cloud structure in the sky. Perfect!Location: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0327 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Tilted Strata

    Protruding from the sands on the beach at Hartland Quay and lit by the setting sun, the tilted rock strata presents an visually uncomfortable perspective as the tide rushes inLocation: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0278 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Jagged

    With the tide rushing in, the water swirls around the jagged rocks littering the beach at Hartland QuayLocation: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0244 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Incoming Tide

    The tide comes in fast at Hartland Quay and as soon as you have set-up the camera, you are being swamped in water and have to retreat quickly. A challenging location when the tide is coming in, but out of the chaos I managed to make this image that hopefully captures the rush of the incoming tide. Location: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0340 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Spotlight

    Just before sunset, the sun breaks beneath the clouds and sends a beam of light to illuminate the rocks on the beach at Hartland QuayLocation: Hartland Quay, Devon Catalogue Reference: A-1706-0141 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Cwm Idwal - Summer's Evening

    It had been a very wet weekend, and was very, very windy. Shortly before this shot my tripod had been blown off the ledge I was set-up on, and fell about 40 feet - luckily the camera was not on it! After a climb down to fetch it, it was fine - just the head was very muddy as it had a soft landing in a bog! Location: Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia Catalogue Reference: 7-0617-0295 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Dry Falls

    Due to the very dry Spring, there was hardly any water flowing in the falls above Buttermere in the Lake District, but at least it allows the colourful rocks, algae and moss to showbr>Location: Buttermere, Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-0160 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Old Gate

    At the top of Blea Tarn there is this old gate which seems to go nowhere and serve no purpose than slowly rotting awayLocation: Blea Tarn - Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-0106 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Tarn Hows in Black and White

    A bright spring day at Tarn Hows in the English Lake DistrictLocation: Tarn Hows - Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-0107 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Lillies

    A bright spring day at Tarn Hows in the English Lake DistrictLocation: Tarn Hows - Lake District Catalogue Reference: 7-0517-1012 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • Mountain Stream

    A cold sping afternoon with the clouds rolling over the mountains - typical Sping in Snowdonia! Location: Llyn Ogwen, Snowdonia Catalogue Reference: 5-1201-0761 Copyright © 2012 Phil Corley

  • Breakwater

    A cloudy, windy day on the North Wales coast (hey, it could be summer!) needed a long 8 minute exposure to create an image I likedLocation: Criccieth, North Wales Catalogue Reference: 7-0417-0054 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

  • End of Day

    A day of broken high clouds provided a clue that a sunset may be on the cards and it was proved right....Location: Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd Catalogue Reference: 7-0417-0150 Copyright © 2017 Phil Corley

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