Durness beach at the very north of Scotland was a pretty cool setting for the blue hour last week. I kicked off my shoes and socks, rolled up my trousers and spent an hour or so absolutely freezing as I splashed in and out of the water taking various shots. The combination of sand and saltwater did not go down too well with my tripod who has been grumbling ever since and is in need of a very good clean out.
The light was amazing, and having a bottle of wine down there certainly warmed me up when I needed to take a quick break and stop my toes from falling off.
I have a few more from this location, which to be honest are just different rock formations that were there – but the time I spent on this beach under that light was certainly one of the highlights of the trip.