At the seaside on a September day

One of the things I love about landscape photography is the way images can be framed to be expansive views or they can concentrate on a small extract of the view that is quietly minding its own business within the wider landscape. This post shows both approaches. The first image is a typical wide expanse showing Filey Bay in Yorkshire on a reasonably good weather day for late September in England. The second image (converted to black and white through Nik Silver Efex Pro) is part of a set of fishing nets hung over the railings of the beach-side promenade to dry before the fishermen go out into the bay at high tide.

Filey Bay

Filey Bay

Surfing the Net

Surfing the Net


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