This is like a mecca for UK Landscape Photographers! A unique place to capture some great images, the Mount is nicely positioned to capture the low light from both sunrise and sunset in its position on the south coast.
I was pleased how the low arcing light picked out details on the foreground rocks. The side lighting also picked out the Mount beautifully.
You may be able to pick out a lone guy fishing on the extreme left hand side of this small, low resolution web image. The tide was receding on this occassion so he was in no danger of getting stranded!
It has to be said there is an 'unusual' smell around this area and I can only assume it is the seaweed!
Camera: Nikon D3
Lens: Nikkor 16-35 f4 VR @ 19mm
Exposure: 1/6th Second @ f16, ISO 200
Filters: Lee ND Grad
St Michael's Mount, Marazion, Cornwall, England