Limited edition of 125 - There’s something quite mesmerizing about watching large waves crashing over rocks, especially in the midst of a raging storm. Cosy Nook is a tiny place down on a rugged section of Southlands coastline; if you blink you’ll miss it. When I was there in 2015 a huge storm came though, torrential rain and high winds that almost knocked you off your feet. The swell that it bought with it meant massive waves came crashing into the rocks that littered the small bay. One particular rock, photographed here, took a real battering as waves crashed into it one after the other, the spray shooting 15 to 20 metres into the air. I had to shoot from the car, buffeted by the strong winds, as the weather was far too hostile to venture out. It was such a grey day that I felt it was quite apt to produce a black and white version of the event and of course the extra drama black and white imagery often produces was perfect for this shot. Printed on Ilford Smooth Cotton Rag 310gsm.
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Storm Force

Limited edition of 125 - There’s something quite mesmerizing about watching large waves crashing over rocks, especially in the midst of a raging storm. Cosy Nook is a tiny place down on a rugged section of Southlands coastline; if you blink you’ll miss it. When I was there in 2015 a huge storm came though, torrential rain and high winds that almost knocked you off your feet. The swell that it bought with it meant massive waves came crashing into the rocks that littered the small bay. One particular rock, photographed here, took a real battering as waves crashed into it one after the other, the spray shooting 15 to 20 metres into the air. I had to shoot from the car, buffeted by the strong winds, as the weather was far too hostile to venture out. It was such a grey day that I felt it was quite apt to produce a black and white version of the event and of course the extra drama black and white imagery often produces was perfect for this shot. Printed on Ilford Smooth Cotton Rag 310gsm.

Limited edition of 125 - There’s something quite mesmerizing about watching large waves crashing over rocks, especially in the midst of a raging storm. Cosy Nook is a tiny place down on a rugged section of Southlands coastline; if you blink you’ll miss it. When I was there in 2015 a huge storm came though, torrential rain and high winds that almost knocked you off your feet. The swell that it bought with it meant massive waves came crashing into the rocks that littered the small bay. One particular rock, photographed here, took a real battering as waves crashed into it one after the other, the spray shooting 15 to 20 metres into the air. I had to shoot from the car, buffeted by the strong winds, as the weather was far too hostile to venture out. It was such a grey day that I felt it was quite apt to produce a black and white version of the event and of course the extra drama black and white imagery often produces was perfect for this shot. Printed on Ilford Smooth Cotton Rag 310gsm.

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