Category Archives: Land Sea Sky

Blue

Blue sky, blue sea, blue rope. Blue is often associated with depth and stability, symbolising trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven.  Blue may also mean being rigid, deceitful and spiteful, depressed and sad, self-righteous, superstitious, too conservative, … Continue reading

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Chroma Cromer

Photo: Cromer, Norfolk, September 2015

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Contrails

Photo: Malvarrosa, Valencia, September 2013

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Hove

Hove at 3.00 pm or la nuit americaine courtesy of Lightroom. Photo: Hove, August 2013

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Valerian

Valerian adds a touch of red to the muted colours of the Aldeburgh shingle.  Visited local garden centre and have planted some at home – probably won’t grow half as well. Photo: Aldeburgh, June 2013

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Plus layers

Low tide brings added layers of texture and tone to land-sea-sky. Photo: Brighton, June 2013

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New Order

From Brighton Marina land-sea-sky becomes sea-land-sky. Photo: East of Brighton, June 2013

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Cromer again

People may be happier overall by the sea, but do their moods change with the weather more or less than for people inland? Photo: Cromer, May 2013

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Overstrand

I read somewhere recently that people who live by the sea tend to be happier than those who don’t.  Today a report suggested that house prices in places by the sea are rising more quickly than elsewhere. Photo: Overstrand, May … Continue reading

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Cromer view 2

A changing seascape indeed – this picture was taken 50 minutes before the one in yesterday’s posting. Photo: Cromer, May 2013

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Cromer view

The ever changing view from the terrace of the Beach Haus, Cromer. Photo: Cromer, May 2013

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Seaford Head

“At the end of the path you will see the coastguard cottages.  For the best view walk up the hill past the cottages.”  Ahead is land – sea – sky.  To the east… Photo: Seaford Head, April 2013

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Ferring

A low tide and atmospheric effects add sub-layers to the simple land – sea – sky sequence. Photo: Ferring, Sussex, September 2012

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Land Sea Sky

Start of a possible land-sea-sky series. Photo: Hastings, February 2012

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