Whitstable Bay

It’s always interesting to go to Whitstable for the day. Not only because the seafood lunches are fabulous but also because the north facing coast is enjoyably disorientating, putting a different view on the sunset. And, my oh my, have the sunsets been glorious this autumn.

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Groynes
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Oyster shell debris
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Oyster beds at low tide
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Victoriana elegance
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Boats
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Beach huts
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Seaside home
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Boats at sunset

 

 

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10 thoughts on “Whitstable Bay

  1. The light in these images is just stunning and the composition captures the feeling so well, Happy New Year to you and your family.

  2. One of the joys I’ve had in the last year is getting down to the South Coast regularly and looking out to sea and the light path from the Sun across the water. It must be strange not to see that on a North facing coastline. I was down at Birling Gap and Cuckmere Haven this past week on the rare day when the sun shone – a wonderful afternoon.
    Love this gallery Sixpixx, and Happy New Year.

    1. Thank you Andy, have to say, I agree with you: it’s nice to see the light over the water and where better than from Birling Gap and the Cuckmere valley. My best wishes to you for the New Year.

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