High and dry

by Helen Hooker February. 05, 2016 2145 views

After my night time photographic explorations in Minehead yesterday I returned to the quayside this morning to see what it looked like in the harsh light of day. Sadly the tide was still out and there were many boats in the harbour, sitting high and dry on the sandy shoreline. On the positive side, this meant I could walk down into the harbour, where it would ordinarily be several feet deep in water, to photograph this fishing boat against the distant soft, cloudy sky.

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Gillian Parsons 3 years, 10 months ago

Beautiful........some of the boats where we are broke their anchors during the storms......

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Marilyn Grimble 3 years, 10 months ago

Belinha Bee in all her glory.
I can smell the salt air!
A lovely photograph, I do miss the sea!

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