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Thursday, 20 November 2008

Sea Sky



For Skywatch.
A visit to the beach at Ferring, West Sussex, England - one of my favourite places.

19 comments:

Photo Cache said...

Love the silhouette. Happy skywatching.

Som Mine Dager Er, said...

Great colors and contrasts. Love the grey tones. Itn't great to join Skywatch? there are so many fabulous photos to watch.

Marit

Geoff said...

Nice shot. A good change of light. Great Photo.

Border Reiver said...

Now Tricia, I hope you're not copying me.... :-) We all need to look up more. As Oscar Wilde gloriously said

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars

Or in your case Tricia, clouds.

Tricia said...

Border - How could you suggest such a thing LOL! I couldn't hope to compete with your skies :)

Tricia said...

Som Mine Dager Er, Photo Cache, and Geoff

Pleased to see you here. I shall be "popping over" to see you all soon.

Pretty Life Online said...

great catch! Happy SkyWatching! I am back now... Hope you'll visit mine too...

Leedra said...

I like the silhoutte of the buildings.

PJ said...

I love the birds in your header. Your SWF photo is very dramatic and arresting. I love it.

Neil said...

Great photo

Reluctantfarmchik said...

Stunning - those clouds. Always a pleasure to see them - yours are particularly interesting.

Mark said...

You captured those clouds perfectly.

fishing guy said...

Tricia: Very nice capture of the sky at the beach.

babooshka said...

Incredible light, just beautiful

Grammy said...

Great photo.We had lots of cloud's here too.
Happy skywatch friday!

Tabib said...

Beautiful sky pic.

I also like your header pic, beautiful birds.

Eagleseagles said...

Great photo, Tricia.

I am back online at home now. New pc up and running!

C

The Gorse Fox said...

That's just a few yards east along the beach from the Gorse Fox.

Tricia said...

C - thanks and glad to hear you're "connected" again.

Gorse Fox - Using my finely honed Sherlock Holmes detecting skills, I had deduced you might be somewhere near that area - but hadn't appreciated how close!!
and lucky you :)

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