One from the portfolio of my seascape images.
It was taken on a very cold, windy and rough morning down Aldeburgh Beach, Suffolk. It was captured along a stretch that is known as the “Dirty Wall” I’ll leave the reasons for the nickname down to your own imagination.
The waves were hitting the wall with such force and aggression it was producing this froth. Which in turn was being uplifted by the strong winds creating these wild patterns in the air.
To add to the scene was this sunrise, I have never since seen a sunrise with hues of colour quite like this before. It was a spectacle to see. And am very proud that I able to capture it for others to see.
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