I like being by the sea any time of year. I always feel a sense of renewal as the waves creep forward and then retreat. I enjoy getting my feet wet whatever the temperature and sand on my feet exfoliating my dead skin cells. The picture above was taken in Skegness, Lincolnshire in the UK.
On a working student visa in America, I once spent the summer in Ocean City, Maryland. For the 2 and half months I stayed, I loved hearing the sound of the waves, a constant soundtrack to an eventful summer abroad.
Below are two more of my favourite sea views.
Waves wash in
Views of the Irish sea from the coastal town of Balbriggan, Ireland.
Kite surfer in Dunbar, East Lothian in Scotland UK
Following a recent trip to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park a review of some of my photographs prompted questions of scale amongst friends, interest in a park most were unfamilar with, and plans for a return visit for myself. As you can imagine I took many pictures and have limited myself here to just two of the sculptures (Network By Thomas J Price and Caldera by Tony Cragg) I really enjoyed viewing.
This is my entry for this weeks Daily Post Weekly Photo challenge: Scale.