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Sea bubbles


I couldn't resist showing another shoreline shot. There is so much action and light at play at the beach.

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  1. What appears to be shadow is actually more or less absorbency in the sand ... ?

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  2. Yes it is wet sand where the water has been absorbed.

    We went to the beach again this weekend ... hence the tardiness of my comments ... I've quite fallen in love with the place during this milder seasonal transition weather.

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  3. The beach at this time of year (and in Autumn and Winter too) is glorious because there is/are fewer people ...

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