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Sea of Sand

Fleetwood beach at low tide.

Sea of Sand

Fleetwood beach at low tide.

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  • Richard Trim
  • 19 Jun 2007, 06:01
The obvious response is 'ship of the desert' we'' what do you expect at 6.00am! Interesting sand forms I might have expected such ;large exp[anses to be flatter. Sultry feel.
Dave Carrington: Wotcha, Mr. Trim: Sultry & Fleetwood don't seem to mix, but I get the drift! smile
A grand shot which conveys the sense of isolation wonderfully, seeing this has reminded me I must get back to your neck of the woods, and keep a date with the old fella Alistair....
Dave Carrington: Grand idea, mister Shoot! We should all meet up...a grand day would be had by all, wot?
great shot dave.still suffering
Dave Carrington: Hope your ailments soon fade away. In the meantime, I'm invading your patch...smile
  • Alistair
  • www.digiphotology.com
  • 19 Jun 2007, 17:14
Was this before or after you found the mud.

Very effective shot looks like acres of desert. The ship and the Lakeland mountains in the background emphasis the sense of space.
Dave Carrington: LOL: before! Fleetwood is widescreen...
  • Les Auld
  • Southport UK
  • 19 Jun 2007, 23:14
Great expanse of nothing, just like Southport beach, but it fills the frame just right. The ship and the lakeland hills add a nice stop to the horizon.
Dave Carrington: Hi, Les. Expanse is exactly right: the sand-forms make it for me.
A sea of sand- wonderful, moody shot.
Dave Carrington: Thanks, Jamoula. Glad you like it!

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