This must be one of the most photographed lighthouses in the UK. I must have shots from at least three visits to it. So, the challenge was to try and find a different view or perspective to take it from, and make use of the early afternoon May light. The tide was out revealing rock pools and ripples in the sand, but in this shot I was trying to both lead the eye to the lighthouse using the causeway, but also to get front-to-back focus from a low-angle shot. I think it worked OK, but your views are always welcomed.
[Following comments I’ve looked at the image again and straightened it – the level of the sea is also a bit of an eye-puzzler as it looks higher on one side of the island to the other, and that maybe why I didn’t notice that, I’ve also put it through Topaz Sharpen AI and that (I hope) will mean you can zoom better to see detail, if you so wish.]
Shot hand-held with my FE 24mm F1.4 GM lens on the Sony A7R III with ISO 100 at 1/50sec and f/16.