Sand and Sea

Moving sand on Gorleston beach: 21 Feb 2020

Winter storms make alien sculptures of the beach; every year before the season begins the earth-moving plant is out to flatten it again.

Meanwhile, the tide drives the sea to collide with a side-arm of the pier.

Movement, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

About crispina kemp

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20 Responses to Sand and Sea

  1. Deborah says:

    Beautiful Crispina! ❀

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    • I thank you. I love watching the sea batter against Man’s defences. And this spot has long been a favourite. The currents here are forced to collide crosswise. And it just happened this day the earthmovers were out.

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  2. I love that giant splash against the wall of the pier! And the trucks in the background… perfect!

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  3. Dale says:

    There’s movement of all sorts happening in this brilliant pic!

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  4. That’s a pretty high splash, there!

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  5. I can almost hear the waves roar. πŸ™‚

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  6. Majestic, it seems like one of those endless, thankless tasks to fight against the sea πŸ™‚

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