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Evening Beach Light

Evening Beach Light

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Sep 2014, 00:39
This is seriously excellent, Mary...Nature in slow motion...
Mary MacADNski: I have never seen such serious erosion as on this beach.
i agree with Ray Mary... seriously excellent... i love your red island clay....petersmile
Mary MacADNski: We have had a beautiful summer and it's not over yet.
Lovely light... how long for the tree do you think?
Mary MacADNski: Another winter will wash it away. There has been extreme erosion on this beach.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 1 Sep 2014, 05:49
Look at that gorgeous water, Mary!
Mary MacADNski: The tide was out but it was so pretty.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Sep 2014, 07:24
Very soft & nice isn't it
Mary MacADNski: I loved that my sister suggested this after dinner walk.
An invitation to a nice walk, Mary.
Mary MacADNski: Just what my sister did. Going to a beach after dinner was her idea.
oops, mother nature decided it had to come down
Mary MacADNski: There has been a lot of erosion here.
Wonderful sight and tones here Mary!
Mary MacADNski: Thanks, Richard, it was early evening.
  • blackdog
  • This Sceptred Isle
  • 1 Sep 2014, 08:26
Quite surreal - nature in slow motion. Lovely light on the water.
Mary MacADNski: The tide was out but the water did look gorgeous.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 1 Sep 2014, 10:33
Oh, a moving image and I like the brown, autumnal colours!
Mary MacADNski: It is still quite summery here yet though we do get some rain now. The deeply saturated colour is because of the lateness of the day.
Wonderful light, Mary. Love the falling tree.
Mary MacADNski: Many trees fave fallen here. It is a spot of extreme erosion.
Coastal erosion writ large!
Mary MacADNski: It really has eroded to a great degree. This beach was very familiar to me and it has been destroyed. It was once filled with the nests of bank swallows. They are all gone.
Erosion at work Mary
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Sep 2014, 12:44
Oh dear! I don't think that tree will last for much longer; such a shame. Our coastline has had a real battering from the last winter's storms with some significant changes even to rocky costs.

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