Tag Archives: salt marsh

Mysterious mood of the salt marsh

Leave a comment

February 8, 2020 · 8:00 am

Impressions of the salt marshes (3)

he salt marshes of North Norfolk  provide an endless source of inspiration for the creative artist  An atmosphere of quiet stillness is broken on by the occasional birdsong or, from time to time, a passing plane.  The moods and colours can change dramatically, and quickly, depending on changing weather conditions.

This series comprises a collection of impressions evoked by the marshes.  The longer the viewer can spend with each image the stronger will the sense of place become.

 

 

 

 

 

2 Comments

Filed under Colour, Flowers, grasses, harmony, landscape, Nature, Pattern, photography, rhythm, Texture, Uncategorized, Water

Titchwell Marsh (2)

 

There is a distinctive atmosphere about Titchwell Marsh Nature Reserve:  an almost reverential hush punctuated by the evocative call of the curlew.   There is  even, with the isolated exception, an absence of mobile phones!  Voices are mezzo piano rather than forte.  Movements are unrushed and controlled to avoid disruption or distraction.  There is a tacit acknowledgement that we are in the birds’ domain and it is a privilege to be admitted.

Regrettably, the quality of the photos is not good.  They were taken on a grey day with a handheld compact camera and most of the birds were at least 100 yards away.  But I hope they convey  something of the sense of place.

 

 

4 Comments

Filed under Nature, photography, Sand, Sea, Shore, Uncategorized, Water