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One from a few months ago on Bamburgh beach and a lovely sunrise. Its unusual to find the place so quiet, so we were lucky to have the couple of hours we were here all to ourselves.
Bamburgh Castle & Beach,
Sony FE24-70mm f2.8 GM
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Life can take us to many places. At times we can get stuck somewhere we do not want to be. Circumstances keep us beached. All anyone can do is make the most of it until in free and open waters again.
I look forward to catching up with you all. I was beached for awhile. Have a great week friends.
Fun beach evening watching the sunset with my daughter and our dog. Dog was so happy to run and "almost fetch". He still doesn't understand that he is supposed to bring the stick all the way back to us. He thinks bringing it within 15 feet is good enough. I guess he has us trained.
Mandraki beach , Skiathos island, Sporades, Greece, GR
Mandraki beach which is also known as Xerxes beach, Mandraki Xerxes or even Xerxes Mandraki.
Mandraki is a sandy beach with a taverna for food and refreshments as well as sun loungers with thatched umbrellas available to hire. There are no water sports and the beach is normally fairly quiet.
Looking for the summer...
Look deep into the April face...
A change is clearly taking place...
Looking for the summer...!!
Location :Kalogria beach /Achaia prefecture /West Peloponese /Greece.
Have a Great weekend Ahead!! :smiley:
Hendon Beach Mono...I originally processed this a colour image, but i think a black & white conversion suits the contrast and dramatic nature of the shot better.
Haulover Beach is almost always a part of SoBe beach totally almost without people, maybe for the nudist beach which is near almost a few feet from where I take this photo. Mainly, it is only occupied the part that is to the exit channel to the open sea and the park. So this photo was a coincidence......☺
I took the photograph of the pretty beach area and two toned water at India Rocks Beach, Florida.
This calm looking beach can become very quickly dangerous. "Sneaker waves" have been known to appear quickly and sweep people out to sea. Signage before one reaches the beach warns never to turn one's back to the sea!
A stormy day over the Moray Firth from Portknockie in Scotland.
@ the beach ️
all the beaches in Bermuda are so beautiful and different.
- Platja de Cambrils (Tarragona)
- Playa de Cambrils (Tarragona)
- Beach of Cambrils (Tarragona) Catalonia.
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Moltes gràcies a tots pels vostres comentaris.
Muchas gracias a todos por vuestros comentarios.
Thank you very much to all for your comments
At some points you can see clearly the presence of human beings and their impact, who don't want to walk on the beach......
Some old holiday snaps... great memories.
These are the stairs down to Preveli Beach.
A view of the big and beautiful beach at Brancaster.
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The tropical storm that hit Florida, basically closed the ocean, but it did leave us with some big waves!!
is Ocean Beach west of Strahan in Tasmania. Best Viewed Large.
I appreciate all the visits, faves and kind comments - Many thanks FRIENDS !!!!!
Kanumera Beach, Baie de Kanumera, Isle of Pines, New Caledonia.
Te Henga (Bethells Beach) is a coastal community located in the north of the North Island, New Zealand. The Māori name Te Henga, meaning sand, originally applied to a wide area of the lower Waitakere River valley, but in 1976 the New Zealand Geographic Board changed the name of the beach from Bethells Beach to Te Henga (Bethells Beach). Over 20000 views
Taken from the southern corner of Newcastle beach looking towards the canoe pool.
You've seen the scene before.....
Taken a while ago at Newcastle South Beach, NSW; Australia before sunrise - this is at the southern end of the beach.
The lights above the beach are along a previous roadway that is now closed to vehicles due to landfall/safety concerns; but open to pedestrian and cyclists.