Tuesday Treat: Beach Photographer

Hope you enjoyed my last Beach Photography feature, cos here’s some more: The things beneath our feet we tend not to see…

During the blue hour even the sand tints blue…

17 Jan 2021

17 Jan 2021

The red stone is a sea-rolled house brick

17 Jan 2021

Sea-mat stranded on the wrack-line, and partly covered with wind-blown sand. Sea-mat is the northern answer to coral. Its true colour is pale beige

17 Jan 2021

17 Jan 2021

These shots are only possible in that hour or so around sunrise when the sun is low in the sky, its rays raking the beach. It helps that it’s winter here and the sun is the furthest south (though now returning)

17 Jan 2021

When the sun rises out of the low bank of clouds

17 Jan 2021

What was blue, now is gold…

17 Jan 2021

A closeup of sea-mat: thousands of tiny creatures bound together as one

17 Jan 2021

The sanderling serves as punctuation… till next time

17 Jan 2021



About crispina kemp

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11 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Beach Photographer

  1. These make me smile … and the blue/gold one is my favorite.

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  2. Sadje says:

    Amazing pictures.

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  3. Dale says:

    Absolutely beautiful! From the blue to the golden hours…

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  4. Joy Pixley says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen sand blue like that, what intriguing images! I love how you get down and close to all those little details. Making mountains out of pebbles, with those long dawn shadows – nicely done!

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