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Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea (Walks)

The weekly photo challenge this week is ‘sea’.

The border between sea and land is interesting.
Where water and land meet things happen and activities start.
Walking there with your head in the wind brings new energy and space.
This is near the Utah Beach Memorial in Normandy in France.

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France, Utah Beach – August 2013

Shot with Nikon D7000, edited using Snapseed and Marksta
Click the picture for a bigger version

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  4. Sea- Weekly Photo Challenge | Bileam se Donkie
  5. Weekly Photo Challenge – The Sea | Travels and Trifles
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  9. Deep Blue Aegean Sea, Greece | Life is a Vacation
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  19. Weekly Photo Challenge – Sea | The Urge To Wander
  20. Me and the Sea – Zoe Says
  21. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | MaanKind
  22. WP weekly photo challenge: sea | It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see – Thoreau
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  25. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea and Sunsets | Janaline’s world journey
  26. Weekly Photo Challenge: Different Side of Sea | SABAS LOG
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  29. The Moon shining on the sea – Weekly Photo Challenge: sea | Summerfield84’s English blog
  30. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Stefano Scheda
  31. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea – Joy and Woe
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  35. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea: Local Sea-neary | Colonialist’s Blog
  36. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | kittykatblogbag
  37. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | weird & cool stuff seen while out & about
  38. Weekly Photo Challenge – Sea | getsetandgo
  39. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Pa-BLAM!
  40. WordPress weekly photo challenge: Sea | Milka Pejovic
  41. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | 2812 photography
  42. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | A Taste of Morning
  43. “Weekly Photo Challenge: (Sea)” | Irresistibly Fish
  44. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Far Away
  45. The Calling | I solemnly swear i am upto no good!
  46. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | northumbrian : light
  47. Weekly Photo Challenge: sea | blogagaini
  48. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea » My Life, My Way, My Words
  49. On the Beach | The Living Dead
  50. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Zain’s Pix & Text
  51. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Diamond Mike Watson
  52. Weekly Photo Challenge: sea | Alexandra’s blog
  53. Weekly Photo Challenge: carefree | Alexandra’s blog
  54. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | IsobelandCat’s Blog
  55. Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea | Lucid Gypsy
  56. A Seagull’s View | Life & Times

 

20 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea (Walks)”

  1. The Fountain

    A great photo, really impressive. I especially like the clouds. They are still actually only made of water vapor, but they get a strength and closeness in your picture that you think you could grab it as something physical. Very well done I also find the threefold repetition of lines to Horziont. This gives the image a wonderful space. Thanks for the impression.

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