I took this image at 4.32am - the sun was just about to rise and it was a beautifully calm day. The colours were amazing.
The tide was slowly coming in and I had to keep moving my tripod back towards the land which made getting the right composition a little tricky.
As I was standing there in the peace and quiet, I began to wonder how long Marsden Rock would stay standing. In my lifetime it has reduced in size and with the increase in the sea level, the rock would face even more pounding from the sea.
So in years to come this type of image will be all that's left of this well known landmark ... you'd better visit it before it goes forever
Location: Marsden Rock
Photographer: Marshall Sisterson