The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea by phil hemsley
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A late evening view from the cliffs above Mutton Cove, looking across to the historic ex Royal Navy’s – Royal William Victualling Yard and the Devil’s Point.

The island past the breakwater, at the end of Jennycliff Bay is the Great Mew Stone.

The luxury yachts are moored on the entrance to Stonehouse Creek.

(Plymouth Sound, South Devon, England)

Canon A570 IS Powershot & tripod

7 manually bracketed exposures at f/8

HDR & Tone-mapping in Photomatix Pro 3.1

Best viewed large!

An emerging landscape photographer based in Totnes, South Devon, UK – Phil Hemsley (a.k.a. ‘Morpheus71’ – from his graffiti days) is incredibly lucky to live between stunning beaches and fantastic moorland – he loves walking in the moors, climbing the cliffs and catching waves.

He is passionate about using visual imagery to capture the emotions, atmosphere and action of his subjects. His highly detailed work reflects his passion for rich light, colour and contrasting textures.

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Comments

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaabout 5 years ago

    outstanding mate,

  • Thank you ever so much Scott – really apreciate the comments :)

    – phil hemsley

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watsonabout 5 years ago

    Stunning

  • Very kind of you to say so bubbleblue! Thank you :)

    – phil hemsley

  • brimellor1
    brimellor1about 5 years ago

    Stunning shot!!

  • Thanks very much for the comment Brian, I really apreciate it!

    – phil hemsley

  • Themis
    Themisabout 5 years ago

    Lovely light, great colours captured here

  • Thank you so much Themis! The sun had come out for the first time in a few days of consistant rain.

    – phil hemsley

  • Karen  Betts
    Karen Bettsabout 5 years ago

    This is simply lovely, love the golden glow on the buildings and boats, has a real depth and #D feel. : )

  • Thank you ever so much Karen for your comments! The light in the autumn sunny evenings seems to add a warmth to the local granite and limestone buildings, some how in a softer way than the summer light

    – phil hemsley

  • Rae-Ray
    Rae-Rayabout 5 years ago

    Wow mate what a beautiful shot – I Think the tourist board would love this one, who would’nt want to visit Plymouth after seeing this!

  • Thank you ever so much Rae-Ray – very kind of you to say so! Like the Tourist Board idea- worth a try I guess! Ha

    – phil hemsley

  • ChelseaBlue
    ChelseaBlueabout 5 years ago

    Superb capture of a very historical part of the south west coast, very nice !

  • Thank you ever so much Chelseablue! Much appreciated

    – phil hemsley

  • Bradley Nichol
    Bradley Nicholabout 5 years ago

  • Wow! Thank you very much Bradley! Very much appreciated :)

    – phil hemsley

  • Squealia
    Squealiaabout 5 years ago

    Superb

  • Ah thanks very much Squealia! Much appreciated!

    – phil hemsley

  • Luca Renoldi
    Luca Renoldiabout 5 years ago

    The capture is simply splendid.

  • Thank you ever so much for saying so Luca!

    – phil hemsley

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