I have just arrived back from a brief sojourn at the seaside.
I timed my arrival with that of the super moon and the layers of Autumn light tinted the place with such artistry. I have not the inclination to write today: but perhaps the pictures will tell my story.
19 thoughts on “Autumn Seaside”
how very beautiful –
Thank you 🙂 But I can’t take any of the credit whatsoever. Nature has a way with light.
Wonderful. Where is that?
St Leonard’s, just outside Hastings, in Sussex, Michael.
“I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky . . .” ~ John Masefield
Beautiful photos, Kate.
And a beautiful line of poetry to match, Karen. Thank you.
A bit short on tall ships, though, and the supermoon dimmed the stars somewhat!
What light from yonder “window” breaks! 😎
Wasn’t it stunning, Nancy?
Peace, time and reflection. I think we can all do with that once in a while. Beautiful photography
Thanks, Laurence. It was a nice walk along the beach.
Beautiful. We are going to sea(Pismo Beach, CA) for a month starting Oct 1- can’t wait for the tranquility.
Hi Andree – thank you for leaving a comment today! All the best – the beach and the sea can have that elusive quality of calm. I hope you have a wonderful holiday.
Sometimes you really don’t need words. Beautiful images speak volumes.
🙂 Thank god for cameras, Aquila…
I agree. I can’t paint or draw worth bothering with, hopefully someday I will be able to get a decent camera. Looks like it was a great place to be.
Lovely – indeed, it didn’t stint on tints.
Left the Miami, Florida sea coast in January after 60 years. It is so developed and condominiumized there is no semi virgin sea shore like this. Moved 900 miles north to Greensboro, North Carolina which is about 200 miles inland. A whole different world. I am so bad with a camera that if I go anywhere I buy the post cards and send them to myself. At least the mailman is impressed.