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Beach finds at Swansea Bay 1

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Late afternoon summer sun casting low angle shadows, and wind-driven sand grains scurrying along the beach surface, highlighted stranded seashells and other debris from the sea, revealing and part burying items ahead of the advancing tide.

7 Replies to “Beach finds at Swansea Bay 1”

  1. Thank you, Linda. I think it was more that I managed to capture the interesting compositions in which nature had already arranged the shells. It was a delightful natural gallery.

  2. Thank you, Emma. There were plenty at the east end near the old observatory the other day but today it looks like a wet suit and flippers would be needed for a spot of beachcombing!

  3. Ah, maybe that explains it as I don’t usually walk up the east end of the beach. Obvious what is on the beach depends on the tides and the weather out at sea, too.

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