From the crystalline clarity of the shallows to the hidden depths of the Gulf with its spectrum of hues.
So many shades representing the deep. There are days when the sky and the improbably sky-blue sea are indistinguishable; stormier times when the tones are deeper, darker, more menacing, frothing with rage; sunsets when the sun’s final flares turn the waters red and purple; or the shimmering of mercury or silver in the full heat of the afternoon. It’s as if the ocean has a wardrobe of many colours and textures with which to clothe itself.
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8 comments on “Look both ways VI- depth and shallow”
Beautiful photos. Each seaside view by the beach is certainly remarkable and unique, one of a kind. “ocean has a wardrobe of many colours” – love that description.
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