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If The World Were To Die The Light Would Guide You by Stuart Chapman

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Date and Time: 20 December 2008 ; 7.47 a.m
Location: Broadstairs, Kent, England

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broadstairs, viking bay, thanet, kent, england, english, channel, water, seascape, sunrise, stuart chapman photography, rocks, water movement, county, kentish

Born in Canterbury, Kent, in 1971, I have always been surrounded by beautiful countryside and varied and diverse coastline. Photography has become an outlet for expressing my love for the region.

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  • jasimages
    jasimagesalmost 3 years ago

    Fantastic mate. In the fav pile.

  • Cheers Jason – much appreciated

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Gary L   Suddath
    Gary L Suddathalmost 3 years ago

    so surreal..stunning capture

  • Thanks very much Gary

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstonealmost 3 years ago

    That light sure is fabulous, Stuart! Will look again when I get home.

  • Cheers Mel, i’m still digging through the archives and having fun re-editing old shots.

    – Stuart Chapman

  • billyboy
    billyboyalmost 3 years ago

    Wow mate, you must have absolutely got the last minute of sunset for the sky to be that blood red. What’s so cool about this is the subtle detail in both the red cloud and the surf on the rocks below reflecting back some of the color… separated by the streak of bright gold.
    You probably had a window of about as long as your shutter speed to get the conditions right.
    This is not a typical sunset shot at all Stuart.
    It’s a farken amazing sunset shot !!

  • Thanks very much BB, this was actually the laziest sunrise possible, taken a day before the shortest day meant that at quarter to eight in the morning the sun had yet to peep over the horizon, and I took advantage to travelling to the furthest of jaunts to date from my house as the start is not as painfully early!

    The colours lingered in the sky for a little while as I have about 4 or 5 shots before this one with a similar tinge in the sky as can be seen here which was taken 9 minutes before this one. Looks like a good day to go out for more than the “lie in”

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whitealmost 3 years ago

    Great capture Stuart love it.

  • Thank you Julie

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Ulla Jensen
    Ulla Jensenalmost 3 years ago

    This is a true cracker, Stuart. I love the reflected light in the foreground clouds. Beautiful photography, mate….x

  • Thanks very much Ulla, it was a cracking morning.

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Geoff Carpenter
    Geoff Carpenteralmost 3 years ago

    Great image Stuart..!

  • Cheers Geoff

    – Stuart Chapman

  • mom23girls
    mom23girlsalmost 3 years ago

    Beautiful image!

  • Thank you

    – Stuart Chapman

  • shadegate64
    shadegate64almost 3 years ago

    Excellent work Stu, really stunning light.. love that dramatic movement in the sea. I’m guessing this is Viking Bay.. the rocks to the right of the tidal swimming pool?

  • Cheers Mike, it is indeed Viking Bay, if you look closely enbough you can see a line of concrete to the left of the shot in the middle of the sea with a build up of wave around it. That is the edge of the swimming pool

    – Stuart Chapman

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...almost 3 years ago

    beautiful work Stuart!

  • Thanks Charmiene

    – Stuart Chapman

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