I'm not one hundred percent sure about this one, but I've put it up for two reasons. First, I really like the way the sea looks almost entirely unnaturarl. In a sense this was partly an accident; i.e. there's something quite odd about the transition from the shore to the sea, but it's something I'll try and replicate in future images. Second, does this shot make you feel at all seasick, or similar? The reason I ask is that my wife can't look at this one for more than a few seconds without feeling slightly ill. Well, at least the seasickness explanation is the one she gave me ;-)

Anyway, I have another five shots to put up from yesterday's trip to Fleetwood: another shot of this tyre (that I prefer to this one and will put up in a couple of days), a shot of the pier, one of a buoy, and a few others.

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2.31pm on 18/11/05
Canon 20D
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