Sea patterns

The day was calm for the memorial walk for Mike Aspland to raise funds for the Old Mill Foundation cancer hospice and the sea was becalmed. The light and gentle patterns on the water along with the almost non existent change between sea and sky illustrate the atmospheric conditions perfectly. If you would like to donate to the Old Mill Foundation, please visit their website and click the “Donate” button.

Walking out to the tip of the Gower Peninsula from Rhossili, we stopped at the Coast Watch building for a talk by one of the volunteers who man the station. This is a good vantage point for seeing the sea and any activities on it and as we continued our walk we also had a good view of the stratified layering of the cliffs.

The image above (as “Monochrome Colour”) can also be found this Thursday on Leanne Cole’s Photography blog post Monochrome Madness MM 4-1.

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