The geology on The Baltic Coast of Sweden reminded me of The Jurassic Coast in Dorset in many ways.
The way the swell of the sea creates patterns with a slower shutter speed can be very elegant.
A recent cliff-fall in Dorset had given the sea a very unusual chalky cloudiness. I loved way the sea looked so different to normal.
A low tide leaves behind a wonderful shaped puddle mimicking the cloud overhead.
This ledge on the Jurassic Coast is very popular with climbers but I enjoy it most early on a Winter morning.
A vibrant sunset reflecting on the sea and wet rocks on The Jurassic Coast. The ammonite in the foreground is very typical of the area.
The mighty force of a storm pummelling Longships Lighthouse in Cornwall.
The waves snaking their way in and out of the crevices on the shoreline often create attractive patterns in the wash.
The sheer scale and power in this scene really convey the respect the sea demands.
This was commended in Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2014.
Folded striations of the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, photographed with pre dawn colours.
The sea finding it's way along channels and gullies in the rocks fascinates me. Natures lines are wonderful.
The shingle beach here creates some lovely curling waves on the shore which look great from the clifftop as well as the beach.
A cluster of fallen rocks creating a simple foreground across a flat sea.
The setting sun illuminates the cliffs and ridge of the poised wave.
The receding rivulets of water across the ledge at Seacombe are especially pronounced with the intense sunrise colours.
Swirling sea around rocky shores can occupy me for hours. I never tire of the patterns they can form as they lap in and out.
Using a long exposure to flatten out the sea for a minimalist style image works so well with nice soft light.