Broadstairs is a coastal town on the Isle of Thanet in the Thanet district of east Kent, England, about 80 miles (130 km) east of London.
Broadstairs is one of Thanet's seaside resorts, known as the "Jewel in Thanet's crown".
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mirosu (15302) 2014-05-17 2:16
Excellent photo from beautiful England place (IMO). Many years back I spent in this area couple of months. Excellent sea view photo, well captured shore rocks and water waves motion.
Very well done.
Wish you a nice weekend.
jemaflor (89351) 2014-05-17 2:34
Well ramed, good pov and depth result, intersting result with all these waves in the FG.
Fis2 (89993) 2014-05-17 4:22
I like frame and colours.
Wery impressive water.
Have a nice day
arnie (1803) 2014-05-17 5:19
Nice low POV showing great detail in the small waves, with good depth to the shot.
jurek1951 (42194) 2014-05-17 6:32
A great landscape shot!Excellent colours,composition and details,
brianmcc (6219) 2014-05-17 8:14
this is a very appealing coastal landscape image. you have just the right balance of elements - the sand, sea and sky, while the cliffs are positioned in just the right place to hold the scene together and add extra interest to the picture.the movement of the wave coming in is also well captured.
have a great weekend,
elenimavrandoni (14209) 2014-05-18 10:47
Agnes, I really like this peaceful and beautiful seascape! stormy weather is giving a dramatic look to the colors and your point of view gives more perspective to your image! a romantic and poetic picture!
I checked out your site, great work on the curtains!!
delpeoples (55090) 2014-05-21 5:01
An impressive seaside scene, I like the low light and the dramatic grey colours and brooding sky. The foam on the water is particularly attractive and I like the rock formation, which reminds me a little of the coast at Etretat in France.
Thanks for sharing, have a lovely day
siudzi (34141) 2014-05-29 11:16
Like the moody atmosphere of this scene created by the stormy sky and cold tonality. Beautifully captured with a great sense of the moment. Unique presentation! Like it! Well done!
Manamo (3708) 2014-12-07 13:31
Hello Agnes, it was a pleasure going through your photostresm for the first time.
I stopped on this one because i love coastal shots. very mood atmosphere gere! I like to see the footsteps on the sand, it gives an idea of it's texture. It also gives a human presence to your picture. Nobody can be see , but someone was here a short while ago!
I also like the thin layer of water remaining on the sand as the wave goes back to the see. We can sort of get into the wave rhythm.
And of course the powerfuk wall of white rock is an immense presence. It takes only a small percentage of the frame bu we can feel its weight everywhere in the picture.
If i had a criticism to make, it would be that you went a bit too heavy on the brush, especially around the rock...it is a bit too obvious and it sort of reminds us that we're just looking at a photo...our mind can't wander and be part of the scene because thosenbrush strokes keep on jumping at you. Don't take it badly, it is meant to be helpful.
I wonder what a longer exposition would look like. I bet it would look awesome.
Have a good day!