Tag Archives: water’s edge
The pictures below were originally presented in full colour in the post of 2 December (see The Beach in November) but I became increasingly aware of the timelessness of the scene, and have attempted to capture this aspect in the images below.
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The seagulls, geese and lighthouse pictures shown in recent posts were taken during a few days break at the beginning of November. The weather was mixed – sunshine and showers (often heavy!) and at all times there was a strong, cold, bleak north easterly breeze. The beaches, not surprisingly, were generally deserted, but a few hardy souls braved the conditions.
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During our recent three days break in Suffolk I took quite a few photos of reeds bordering the lakes. The image below caught my eye because I immediately saw some form of encounter taking place between the group on the left and the group on the right. The nature of their exchange I leave to your imagination.