The sun sets over the islands of Steep Holm and Flat Holm in the Bristol Channel with Clevedon Pier in the foreground. The Clevedon Pier is a Grade 1 listed building and the only such listed pier which is intact in the country.
The islands of Steep Holm and Flat Holm are located in the middle of the Severn Estuary and interestingly, though they are close together one is part of Somerset and the other part of Wales.
There is a viewer below to show the extreme resolution of the shot which you can zoom in. When stitched together this panoramic photograph is 44 million pixels. It is my opinion that there are no lenses available that can adequately resolve the extremely resolution of the largest and very expensive digital sensors available to day in a single capture. I have owned and tried state of the art and cutting edge photographic equipment in the pursuit of the very highest quality image.