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Down at the beach the day was closing in.


  1. All the more reason to take the sneakers off and walk along the packed sand, breathing in deeply.

    Lovely misty image, JE.

  2. Love the low light and sea spray. All very atmospheric.

  3. Yes, I agree, very atmospheric - I love the three gulls - these are gulls, aren't they?

  4. I love the pastel colours! This looks like a painting! Beautiful!

  5. It was the pastel mistiness that made me choose this shot from the many I took that day ... a bit different from the sparkling blue water JM has been showing us.

    Martina, yes they are gulls.

  6. A really nice photo. The low tones give it a lot of atmosphere.


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