Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

We have just returned from a few days camping at Silverdale, which is a pretty village, right on the coast in North Lancashire.

My photograph shows Morecambe Bay. The sea levels alter enormously between low and high tide so, as this is low tide, the sea is right in the distance with huge expanses of wet sand in the f/g.

It is a westerly facing coast so this had to be a contre jour photograph. I just loved the way the wet sand reacted to the sun. There is some lens flare which I decided added to the effect, so I left it intact.

It is a bit of a different photograph, for me, so I will be very interested to read your comments.

I wish you a happy day, Bev :-)

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