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Morning Walk 7

Early morning on Spittal beach on a beautiful summer’s day.

The tide is just starting to fall.

It’s only half past seven but the sun is already high in the sky – it rose three hours ago. 45 more words


Perspective (9) - Beach off season

After Becky‚Äôs beach yesterday, I had to show an off-season beach from a couple of decades ago….those groynes have long since disappeared. And I might add, the perspective is not enhanced by the square format! 13 more words

Photo Challenges

Kas Kaz - The Novel

I haven’t been able to read a book for some time now. This despite having accumulated several hard and soft copies of best readers. This year I had particularly resolved to read more African and Kenyan authors. 494 more words

When coincidence makes architecture

I doubt the locals worried about the looks of the houses and shacks behind the harbor. They just build what they needed and in a way so they could find shelter for their daily work off the sea… 110 more words


Breaking Fog

Another study of an Oregon coastline. Morning fog with a bit of sun breaking through.

I must admit, I am really pleased with how this painting turned out. 67 more words


A feeling of serenity....possibly?

Back on the 28th March I posted ‘A Lone Marker Post – a metaphor perhaps’. This was just five days after Lockdown began in the UK on the 23rd of March. 190 more words


Outdoor Daily

There is nothing (within reach) quite like a good walk along the Cornish coast to lift my spirit and refresh my mind.

The expanseive blue up to and beyond the horizon, white horses on overfalls coming around a headland taking in a new vista… 13 more words