I took this photograph of Trwyn Du Lighthouse on a trip out to Penmon Point back in late November 2020 during the twilight hours. I was looking at different compositions at various focal lengths, using two lenses: a 24-105 mm and a 14 mm prime because I wanted to use this part of the coastline as the lead to the lighthouse but then assess the various elements in the frame such as Puffin Island and the beacon. I actually ended up really liking three captures all at different focal lengths and this was one of those three; it was shot with a Sigma 14 mm F1.8, which allowed me to include the other elements mentioned above, and is very proficient at working with low light. I was more than happy with the end result; I think it captured the scene I was looking for really well! 

Twilight at Trwyn Du Lighthouse