Tag Archives: Seascapes


There is something hypnotic about watching a wave approaching the shoreline knowing the inevitability that the wave will ‘break’; but that before that moment is reached it will gain a rolling crest. What intrigued me most as I watched the … Continue reading

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Waiting for the light

The weather between Christmas and New Year was uninspiring – grey and foggy – except for one day when the sun shone. Son and I headed for the South Coast to re-view Birling Gap. The tide was going out and … Continue reading

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The Glittering Sea #2

Another day, another visit to look out to Sea – this time from Hove, just westwards from Brighton. And right on cue, along comes a sailing boat. My spirits lift at the sight. Expect more like this as I chronicle … Continue reading

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A new dimension

My photography has now extended into a new dimension – the sea. What a joy SeaScapes are proving to be. The sea is never the same; there are so many variables: the tide, the wind, time of day, cloud cover, … Continue reading

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Seascapes are often minimalist ‘scapes – just the sea, the sky and a strand of land with no competing objects. But Seascapes are also so much more than that: giant vistas, atmospheric, evidence of the power of the sea in … Continue reading

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