I returned to St Michael's Mount at dawn on the following day. I wanted to capture the classic shot of the causeway and the mount. I had been unsuccessful with this shot on the previous evening due to the number of people on the beach and the causeway.
Again I was lucky with conditions and the tide was retreating nicely as the early morning progressed. One of the benefits of dawn photography is the potential for long exposures which gives a smooth silky finish to the sea water.
These were the some of the results: