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    Two lighthouses in Cornwall

    I love photographing Cornwall under all weather conditions, the Atlantic weather creates some amazing light shows - sometimes, the colours in the sky are so saturated that you actually need to tone them down in post-processing, rather than enhancing them. Trevose Head's Lighthouse, in...
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    St. Michael's Mount at sunrise

    Saint Michael's Mount, in Cornwall (UK), is a beautiful and extremely photogenic island, and one that contrarily to its more famous French homonym gets completely isolated at high tide. While normally photographed with its iconic causeway from close, I also love to portray it from the distance...
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    Porth Nanven's Guardians, Cornwall

    The Cornish coast is all beautiful, wild and inspiring, and it's among my favourite destinations. One of the locations I particularly enjoy photographing there is Porth Nanven, portrayed here at sunset. The two rock formations felt like guardians to the Porth's entrance. 25 seconds of exposure...
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    Carn Galver Mine, Cornwall

    Besides featuring some incredible landscapes, Cornwall, in the UK, is a testament to the mining past of the UK. Dotted with abandoned and ruined engines and mining sites, some of which have been turned into open air museums, together with the Atlantic skies the Cornish landscape offers endless...
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    Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset

    Photographing Cornwall feels like working between land, sea and sky - almost like working where land ends. This is never more true than while photographing Cornwall's Land's End, when looking towards the ocean you know that the next patch of land is Newfoundland. Enys Dodnan Arch at sunset, 45...
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    Amazing sunrise at Godrevy, Cornwall

    I love photographing in all conditions, but sometimes the sky is truly generous with us, and when it happens we are in for a show. One morning at Godrevy, in Cornwall, I found such a sky: it was simply an incredible sunrise, with one of those skies that are so saturated that you actually need to...
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    Shades of Blue

    Sometimes, ideas come, and build up into projects. Shades of Blue is one such idea, and one of such projects. This 366 seconds exposure, taken in Cornwall with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 21mm and the wonderful Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters is the first photograph I am sharing...
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    Holywell Bay, Cornwall, at sunset

    The Cornish Coast fast became one of my favourite destination, with its amazing rock formations and ever-changing skies. A 32-seconds exposure, taken at sunset at Holywell Bay with my Hasselblad X1D, Hasselblad XCD 30mm and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters Thank you for viewing, best...
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    Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall, in B&W

    Trebarwith Strand, in Cornwall, is an amazing location to shoot at high tide: the rock formations there are just incredible, and the roaring ocean coming at you on both sides of the rocky outcrop where I was standing is wondrously powerful. Such a thrill to experience it, and such fun to use the...
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    St. Michael's Mount, sunset

    St. Michael's Mount, in Cornwall, is a tidal island connected by a walkway that gets completely submerged at high tide. Sunset shot taken with my Hasselblad X1D, Voigtlander 15mm Super Wide-Heliar v. III and Formatt-Hitech Firecrest Ultra filters. Thank you for viewing, best regards Vieri
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    Land's End sunset

    Land's End, in Cornwall, is a truly magical place. Once you get past the (terrible!) amusement park-like thing close to the parking lot and start wandering along the cliffs, you realise that west of you there is nothing but ocean until the American continent's shores. Enys Dodnan Arch looks and...
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