A collection of small scenes from a Norfolk beach:
You sure do have a photographer's eye to be able to see beauty in the simplest things. Just beautiful photos and an interesting glimpse of your beach trip.
Thank you. It is way toooooo long since I have been to a beach. Any beach.
Fantastic as usual John. I particularly like the eighth one down with that exquisite bright green but really the colour in them all defies description
Hi john an les always plenty of colour as u walk along beach shorelines well done .r john
Hi John - just wonderful shots of rocks, pebbles, limpets on groynes, seaweeds various ... great photos - thanks ... cheers Hilary
Scouring a beach is one of life's most fascinating experiences. I just returned from Atlantic Canada and I brought back a rock I will use as a paperweight. There are advantages to not flying!
Love these small landscapes. You have a great eye for subject and composition.
These are photogenic.
Wonderful photos. I can almost feel the sand between my toes:)
Such great patterns...which I would have named this post. Lovely colors, forms, intertwining together. Where man meets nature, and nature always prevails.
Thank you for these fabulous photos, John!
Such beautifully interesting things you see there at the beach. Makes me want to go to the beach here and take a closer look around at everything.
Such great photos. That photo of the sand is wonderful. Almost feels like you could walk on it. Enjoy your day, hugs, Edna B.
A delightful selection of 'beach' scenes John! I was on Titchwell beach last week but I do not think your photo's were taken there or am I mistaken?
No, I was at Happisburgh beach as in the previous two posts. I don't blame you for going down to the beach; the rest of the reserve looked a bit like a building site when I was there a few weeks ago.
'There are two parts to the project, the first is to redesign the Freshmarsh and the second element is to restore the Freshwater reedbed.'The above is copied from the RSPB Titchwell blog. They were concentrating on the reedbeds when I was there last week. You must have seen it at it's worst! All good in the end for the breeding birds...fingers crossed!
Nice collection of close-ups!
Nice beach combing with a camera. I bet those two rock in the wood are jammed hard
You find lots of interesting subjects to photograph on a beach. Great shots, John!
Super shots, John!
The textures and colors bring out the sea really well. Nice photos
Ahhh…so love these, John. Great photos!
Those are all really neat! The second one is amazing enlarged!
Completely and totally wonderful.
Wonderful photos, as always, John.
They may be small scenes but oh, I so love each and every one of them.
For anyone reading this, I would suggest, right clicking on the image and clicking to open in a new tab or window!
Outstanding collection of photos.
Wonderful photography. Always amazing how the ocean can erode things. Nice macro shots of the kelp and limpets!
Sometimes, words are not necessary to convey what was seen and you have showed just that with these images, John.
Hello, John. Each and every image is uniquely and distinctively yours, I think. I can't decide which is my favorite, love them all.Yoko
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