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Sea lines have become one of the things I collect (along with Royal Hotels, abandonded houses and hay stacks).

The seaweed washed up on the beach gave me a new line this day.


  1. making me "wanderlustig" ... ;-)

  2. I have a view of the sea from my flat. I've lived here for six months, and I still am mesmerized by it. I wonder if it will wear off, ever.

  3. I not only like the sea line of the seaweed in this image, but how the sea lines repeat themselves with the ripples in the water and the crashing wave.

  4. what a gorgeous photo of sea lines.

  5. It doesn't look like seaweed.
    It looks like autumn leaves.


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