I had booked a trip to Bempton for two nights during the first week of August mainly to photograph Puffins, Gannets and other seabirds around the RSPB Bempton site and also do some landscape photography which you could read here. However I decided to further check out other places around Bempton and on doing so, I came across a blog post titled “A guide to photographing Flamborough Head“.
I was impressed by the images and I took this as a photography challenge to visit those spots and a few more and photograph them and for this reason, I then planned to stay for an additional 3 nights.
To shoot these images required some planning and walking long distances as I wanted to shoot just before sunset as the light is less harsh. For most shots, I used a 10 stop ND filter with the camera secured on a steady tripod. Below are the images shot not in the exact order but here they are displayed in the order of it’s location along the trail. This is a nice part of the country and I feel winter would be a good time to photograph landscapes as the clouds can give the photos a more moody feel.
Hope you like the images and if you have any questions then do contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.