38 thoughts on “Picture time

  1. stevebethere Nov 22, 2022 / 10:01

    Wow! those photos are amazing I wished I had all those views down the road heheh! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Have a seebreezetastic week ๐Ÿ‘

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  2. ladysighs Nov 22, 2022 / 11:26

    Clicked on each. Sometimes the enlargement can be a bit frightening. The last two did calm me after seeing the one with the green glob.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:11

      I just clicked the green one and I see exactly what you mean! Beware anyone who is easily spooked!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:22

      Right now it’s deep beneath the water, but in 6 hours it’ll be back again! Thanks to you too Susan.

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  3. Sandee Nov 22, 2022 / 21:20

    Yes that’s low tide. We follow the tides when we’re boating. Riding the tide saves lots of money.

    Great shots.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week, Keith. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:29

      Yes and no, right now it’s high tide, blowing a gale and pouring with rain!

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  4. Lydia C. Lee Nov 23, 2022 / 02:33

    Where in the UK are you? I never think of England and beaches, it’s so weird. I’ve been linking up for so many years with you and it still takes me by surprise….(What I don’t know about the world you could fill the internet with!)

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  5. amandacatsynth Nov 23, 2022 / 05:25

    Really interesting what one exposes at low tide. I really like the rock formations and curious about the ruined concrete pilings.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:45

      Thanks so much. It never fails to fascinate me even after all these years.

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  6. My GBGV Life Nov 23, 2022 / 12:16

    It’s amazing what is under the water. Mom lived on the North Sea Coast in Germany for several years. The tide went out so far, everyone drove cars on the sand, but when it came in, you needed to move fast. Sometimes people got caught out there.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:53

      Same problem here, you have to be so careful because you can find yourself on a little sandy island We do get horses galloping along the sand sometimes, and of course, dogs love it!

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  7. Deb Nance at Readerbuzz Nov 23, 2022 / 12:38

    It is an unexpected sight to see the world at low tide. And there’s something so peaceful about the beach (well, at least at any other time of the year except hurricane season!)

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 16:56

      There’s a different world down there! I have no wish to be on the beach today though, the weather’s atrocious!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 24, 2022 / 17:11

      They are indeed Jackie. There are still lots of intact groynes, or breakwaters as they are more commonly known here.

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      • Jackie's Photo Blog Nov 24, 2022 / 22:25

        Thank you for confirming it. They are more often known as groynes down here.

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  8. Emille Nov 23, 2022 / 23:06

    Love the third capture and the next to last one. My memories of taking a walk on a wet beach – I still remember – in Holland and in California (the last one not so wet:)) Now I am too far from the beach – alas. Thanks for the memory how peaceful and live giving that was!

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