I'm very fond of this image.
It came after a long time of lacking any real motivation (or time!) to go out with my camera. I forced myself to set the alarm for 4.00am so that I could be on the cliff, just outside the harbour at Porthgain, before the sun came up.
I'm particularly pleased with the composition, and the vibrancy of the foreground heather.
This image is looking north and east towards the Pencaer Peninsula, with Strumble Head Lighthouse at its tip.
Location: Porthgain Pembrokeshire
Photographer: Andrew Warren