Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by Dan S, Aug 15, 2020.
That last one is strangely familiar, even if I've not seen it at sunrise.
Another one from Languard Point
languard sunrise by Dan, on Flickr
All I have seemed to take photo's of this past week was the coast. All very similar though. I'll start off with this (although I guess it is not a true seascape). This is one of the most beautiful beaches in the UK, Three Cliffs Bay. Scruffy gits can't be bothered to take the litter home with them!
scruffy bastards by Nigel G, on Flickr
Like that. I see a project taking shape there.
Thanks. Not at that beach which is 4 1/2 hour drive away!
Yacht by Nigel G, on Flickr
Rhossili/Worm's Head Gower
Yacht Rhossili Sunset by Nigel G, on Flickr
Watching the sunset worms head by Nigel G, on Flickr
And another bloody sunset
worms head sunset3 by Nigel G, on Flickr
And one panoramic from my iPhone.
Shame about the vertical banding in places.
worms head sunset panoramic by Nigel G, on Flickr
Markers at Landguard point
languard markers by Dan, on Flickr
That's really nice Dan.
Thank you Pete, sometimes those early mornings pay off
or was it an afternoon...?
As part of my weekend pier adventure I visited Felixstowe pier for sunrise.
felix pier by Dan, on Flickr
felix pier7 by Dan, on Flickr
felix pier6 by Dan, on Flickr
felix pier4 by Dan, on Flickr
St Bees in March
Sand sea sky by Alf Branch, on Flickr
Alf, I just want to get on that beach and walk and walk and walk for miles!
A stormy Minch.
Very nice Catriona, it has a soft look reminisant of a pinhole shot, that IMO works really well for this
I have some shots like this taken in the Gower (south Wales) - does anybody know why the sand is this colour?
Sand varies depending on its constituents which will be be stone and shell whatever spoil the local industry has produced.
I suspect (assuming the white bits are what we talking about) the white bits are shell that have been sifted to the surface as they are less dense than the sand from the local sandstone. The darker bits will probably be coal from the local coal seems being exposed on the sea bed. The golden sands beach in Whitehaven's outer harbour is mostly black from coal deposits from the mines and coal exports close by. The sandstone here at St Bees is very red but at Parton it is yellow
That is just lovely the colour pallet is great
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