I’ve been meaning to go to Druidston for ages but access is, well, it’s not difficult but it’s not exactly convenient. The easiest way to get there is actually to go to Broad Haven instead and walk a couple of miles along the coast.
Still, it’s worth it once you get there. The tide was on it’s way out as we arrived and the air was surprisingly clear (given that two days before the sea fog had been pouring off the waves and up the cliff face in giant fluffy clouds).
This was my first successful attempt at using a polariser. The purpose of this filter is dual fold:
Firstly, by blocking polarised light you can really bring out the blue in the sky and secondly, natural reflection is cut drastically. This allows the colours of the rocks to really ‘pop’ without that otherworldiness that can come from boosting the saturation.
(You can click the images to enlarge them.)