There are few things in life more relaxing, more therapeutic, than the rhythm of the sea, especially on an otherwise deserted shore.
See also At the Water’s Edge 2, At the Water’s Edge 5,
Filed under Minimalist, Nature, Pattern, photography, Sand, Sea, Shore, Sunlight, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as deserted shore, ebb and flow, quiet, relaxation, rhythm of the sea, sea, therapeutic effect, tide
No dissenters, I guess.
The sea is a wonderful place to just feel in touch with life and one self. Delightful seascapes, I particularly like the second one. The colours are beautiful and the movement of the sea very clear and inviting.
Many thanks Otto.
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