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The Vale Collection

The Vale of Glamorgan lies at the southern tip of Wales in the United Kingdom. Known for its dramatic coastline of secluded coves, steep cliffs and amazing views it's a beautiful spot to visit at any time of year.

The yellow-grey cliffs on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast (which stretches between Gileston and Ogmore-by-Sea) are unique on the Celtic Sea coastline as they are formed of a combination of liassic limestone, shale and carboniferous sandstone/limestone.

They were formed 200 million years ago when the whole area lay underneath a warm, shallow, equatorial sea at the start of the Jurassic Era


 

“STEPS TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA”

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This image was shot during the early hours of a May morning. I had the image in mind for a long time before the conditions were finally in place.

We had a high spring tide that covered most of the steps down to the beach and I shot a long exposure image that created this dreamy scene of the steps disappearing into the sea.

This image was published in the national Professional Image Maker magazine and also awarded a coveted "Gold" award by the Societies.


“AUTUMN SANDS”

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This image was shot on a stormy October day as the tide receded. I wanted to capture the patterns in the sand and the cold atmosphere of the sky.

Friars House and Friars Point can be seen in the distance.


JACKSONS BAY LIGHTHOUSE

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This image of Jacksons Bay Lighthouse was shot during October when the foliage was stripped back allowing me to get in amongst the hedgerow and shoot from above.

A familiar landmark to residents of Barry and the Vale - this is a long exposure image showing steep holm and flat holm in the distance.