Sunset beach walk at Wells-Next-The-Sea

Monday, July 21, 2014

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Heading to the beach on a summer's evening is something of a rarity and a treat, with miles of sand pretty much to ourselves. The sunset left everything bathed in a gorgeous light and the breeze created a mist out of the swirling surface sand.

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A slightly quiet post maybe, but it was more of a feeling than something I can really talk about. I hope you have a great week.

Sophie

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9 comments

  1. Stunning! I was back home in Norfolk a few weeks ago and we went to Wells for the afternoon, love it!

    Chloe x
    newgirlintoon.co.uk

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  2. Such beautiful pictures - there's just something so magical about beach huts and the seaside!

    Helen x

    http://treasureeverymoment01.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Lovely pics! I find it so hard to get sand pics to look good. Getting depth and contrast is quite hard, but I suppose the evening light helps
    Miss Tulip x
    The Thrifty Magpies Nest

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  4. I love the sea so so so much. Can't believe I've now found myself at literally the furthest point that you can get from the sea in England!

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  5. Love the photograph with the wind turbines in the background! Looks a lovely sandy beach too!

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  6. Love a deserted beach :) very peaceful. Complete contrast to wells on a sunny weekend! Lovely colours in these pics

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  7. Oh wow, those beautiful beach huts. I want to move near to the sea, one day.

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