Soft autumn sunlight on wet sand ripples at low tide

Shafts of late afternoon autumn sunlight can occasionally break through cloud-covered skies bringing about the most subtle of changes in the landscape – like briefly adding the slightest perceptible warm glow to delineate and brighten sand ripple patterns on the low-tide shore.

6 Replies to “Soft Autumn Light”

  1. Thank you, Emma Jane. I particularly tried to capture the way the light just caught, and fleetingly highlighted the edges of the ripples with a golden glow.

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