Nikon D70 @ 25mm, 2 secs, f/11, ISO 200
On the last day of our trip we took a trip to Holy Island to see Lindisfarne Castle. It's a really great place, and definitely worth a visit if you're ever nearby.
Unfortunately when we got there the weather was incredibly overcast, and all of my early shots were very dull, flat and boring. But I think all you need to be a decent landscape photographer is...
patience! And lots of it!
I saw that the clouds in the distance were clearing and so we went for a wander to kill some time. After about 45 minutes the sun finally showed itself. Great, I thought. But the causeway was about to close in 20 minutes or so and as much as I liked the place I didn't fancy being stranded there! So this shot was taken incredibly quickly - I practically ran to a location I had spotted earlier, and fired off a number of shots. This particular one was shot in infra red and converted in PS.