I guess this is quite a fitting shot in light of yesterday's discussion in that it's one that I would have avoided putting up if I'd had something better, yet I do think it has something.

Over the last year I've taken numerous pictures such as this one: that concentrate on the sea itself – movement, light, shape, and so on. The problem though is that I feel as though I'm holding out for the quintessential shot, the sea shot to end all sea shots, but I'm not sure that I'd recognise it if I took it. All of which, having re-read it, doesn't make a lot of sense. I guess that what I'm trying to say is that I'm not entirely clear in my own mind about quite what I'm after when I take this kind of photograph.

On which note ... it's late, I'm tired, and I'm rambling, so rather than worry about what it is that I'm trying to say I'll go to bed instead.

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2.29pm on 18/11/05
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