Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Art on the Beach

Following on from the Titchwell Marsh Visit in yesterday's post.
Back by popular request. {:))
Art on the Beach





















The Sahara Dessert taken from the International Space Station -  No?
Oh! perhaps not.




34 comments:

  1. Prachtig. Er ligt zoveel moois op onze stranden, je moet het alleen even zien! Gr. John

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  2. Art as seen from a deck chair!
    You found some lovely images Roy, most people that walk across that beach never notice what's under their feet...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor. Certainly plenty of shells at Titchwell.

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  3. zo kan je van een strandwandeling dubbel genieten,wat hebt je dit heel leuk gedaan.

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    1. Niet veel vogels Bas, op zoek naar iets anders.

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  4. Interesting and imaginative series of photos Roy :-)

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  5. Long shadows cast by low shells - gorgeous.

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  6. Hey Roy... absolutely stunning artful photo's. Love every one!!!!!

    Grace

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  7. Beautiful shots of beach treasures! Makes me want to be there.

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  8. Photos très inhabituelles chez toi Roy, mais ça fait voyager et j'aime ça
    Bises

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  9. Hi Roy

    It was very cool to see the beach and the shells this time of year.

    Thanks Guy

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    1. Thanks Guy.
      It was extremely cool 'Temperature' wise.{:))

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  10. This is art that I dó understand. Love the lost shot from 'outerspace';-).

    Regards,
    Marianne

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  11. What a great set of images Roy, the sand looks so undisturbed...our local beach is full of paw prints!

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  12. Wonderful set of photos..
    Amanda xx

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  13. Very nice! I see you have razor clams there! We have them here but I have been told they are a threatened species. I always like it when I find one of their shells on the beach. You captured the shells and patterns very nicely!

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    1. Thanks Kathie.
      There are virtually millions of razor shells on the beach.

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  14. I totally agree ... and with your signature, Roy!
    I like them all... what can I say?... :-))

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  15. Wonderful treasures found on the beach!

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