Storm waves crashing on lighthouse

Storm waves crashing on lighthouse

The past seven years, photographer Steve Garrington spent a lot of hours, removing oceanic phenomena around a single beacon in Portale, Wales.

By itself, the lighthouse, built in 1860, is quite common, than not remarkable. But extraordinary events unfolding around him, for example, rushing from Bristol Bay storm waves.

Due to the inclined design of the bolster adjacent to the lighthouse, rolling from the ocean block water easily rises to untold heights. Surprisingly, construction costs for many years. How majestic surrounding waves, we can see from the photos Steve Garrington (Steve Garrington).