The time between the afternoon sun going off the rocks and dusk falling has increased to an hour or so and this gives me more time to photograph.
At the moment I am able to photograph on the coast up to about 6pm–which is roughly around sunset. The light drops off pretty quickly then.
The seasons have changed. The rains have stopped apart from the infrequent passing showers, the weather is becoming warmer, the ground is slowly drying out, the days are longer, the light is more intense and I’ve occasionally started walking without needing to wear a coat.
It is the tides that are unpredictable. One afternoon I am able to access specific rocks to photograph, then on the following afternoon at the same time these rocks are surrounded by water and inaccessible.