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Seascapes

Here are a couple of simple seascape shots from Thursday afternoon at St Bees with a fairly rough sea. I ended up with wet feet becuase I did not take my wellies but had planned on being somewhere else. The tide was soming in and was just covering the sand and washing onto the pebbles.



Rushing in by Alf Branch, on Flickr


Rushing out again by Alf Branch, on Flickr


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Re: Seascapes

Both great images.
Have you considered a portrait or a square crop for the first one to emphasise the water rushing in?
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Re: Seascapes

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Both great images.
Have you considered a portrait or a square crop for the first one to emphasise the water rushing in?

Thanks AMc I had not considered those crops but I will
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