This week’s photo challenge is Sea. The sea is so many things to me.
It’s a great healer.
It’s a source of life.
But the sea is also cruel and devastating. The wreck of the scallop dredger, the Solway Harvester now moored in Douglas Harbour is a sad reminder of the seven Scottish fisherman who lost their lives at sea in January 2000.
It’s a permanent mirror to the sky.
It’s versatile and can be fun.
I just know, close to the sea, that’s where I’ll be!
Stunning photos, Jackie, all of them.
Thank you Vicki
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Fabulous set – that lone figure in the first is particularly special.
Thanks, I’m glad you like it. I thought it may have been a bit too dark for an opening photo on the post!
Such lovely photos to portray what sea means to you!
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Superb selection of photos! I love the sea. I also agree with it being a great healer – there were times in the Army in the Outer Hebrides where I fell out with someone and stormed, or lurched desolately, down to the beach. Within a short while of standing there in the dark listening to the waves coming in (and watching them), I felt much better and returned to camp happy and normal again 🙂
Yes, good or bad day, always makes me feel better too!