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As we walked on a coastal path, we came across a nice beach. Unfortunately it was too cold in the water to swim, but running along the shoreline was fun too.

I set out on a beautiful sunny day to drive for three hours to get to this place. The nearer I got the worse the weather got to the point where I almost turned…

When you live inland, one of the things that really does lift the soul and inspire you is a visit to the coast - no matter what country you live in, being near…

No matter what your background is, no matter where you come from, one thing that most people will agree on, is that we all love the coast. From its wide-open…

Hope you all had a great Father's Day weekend. The clouds in Galveston Texas were perfect for some ship photography and I'm happy to end up with a few keepers…

The sea is right here yet you can't swim. The warmest it gets is about 17 deg. Still it smells like the sea and the sand is smooth and warm on the top. It flows…

This past Spring was a great time to photograph birds on the Bolivar Peninsula. While there is a large variety of species it is the pelicans and the raptors…

Well, it's been a while since I've last posted on PhotoBlog. I got sucked back into Facebook and spent most of my time posting there however it didn't take to…

A couple of scenes at a beach not far from where I live. Taken last summer but only recently processed. The scene is a breakwater near the beach where this…

Another of our trips in Holland from last year. This time Volendam. I am told that is it one of Hollands best-known fishing villages? This day was again in the…

We headed south early this morning, on a mission to collect and deliver some plants to our parents. While we were in Sussex we took a short diversion down to…

I find it really difficult when a scene is so beautiful to do something differently, to find another angle or to break the rules in some way and create another…
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