The day had become overcast by the time we reached the beach.
Tears Point rises above the beach at the west end. Worm’s Head and Rhossili, just round the corner, but out of view.
The grey light meant that the waves looked greener and the cliffs more red/orange. I was drawn to painting the light through the breaking waves, where the sand and sky is reflected in the narrow part of the wave. I also loved the chunkiness of the cliff where it meets the sand and how the surf swirled around it. I got my feet and trousers wet more than once!