There is something very uplifting about the sun sparkling on the sea. To hear the waves breaking on the pebbles. To watch the brine being sucked back through the shingle as the wave retreats. To see flecks of white foam create lacey patterns on the surface of the water and the seashore. Each beach, tide, and season bring different rhythms, sounds, and designs.  Here are some images that try to capture that experience at Lyme Regis in Dorset one sunny spring day in April.


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7 Replies to “Lyme waves & seafoam”

  1. We are on the same “wave length”, Jessica! I just returned from a lovely river walk (where my husband fished) and truly enjoyed the sun sparkling on the water. Do not know if any of the photos turned out…but your pictures are indeed inspiring.

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  2. Thank you for your comments, Kathy. We have had a long winter and a late spring so it is great to see the sun out to play. I look forward to seeing your photographs of the sparkling river in one of your blogs.

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  3. I used to think it was not possible to photograph direct sources of light without special filters but this camera seems to adjust to it automatically – with great effect.

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