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Thursday, 3 July 2008

Sunset in Herne Bay

A few days ago, I went to Herne Bay and this was what the ski looked like.


Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" is buried deeper than his cowbell in a work project for the next several weeks. He will stop and visit, but may not stay long enough to 'sign the guest registry'.

Anonymous said...

This is lovely, Rose. What is that out there in the middle of the bay? Not a boat, surely? Maybe a structure to warm boats of dangers below?

Unknown said...

Nice shot!
Thank you.

Ms M said...

Enchanting, peaceful. Oh, to sit by the bay and watch the sun go down.

Anonymous said...

Nice sunset, Rose. I like your photography.

Jane Hards Photography said...

That really is a stunning sunset shot. Fabulous colours and light. Very impressive.

Coltrane_lives said...

What magnificence you have captured, Rose! Nature is quite a master painter and thanks to you we've gotten to suspend the moment and enjoy the artistry. Bravo!

Anonymous said...

Hi Rose, To swim the channel would you start from Herne Bay? Looks very calm.

Petrea Burchard said...

Quite a lovely shot.

Harry Makertia said...

Great scene Rose. Is that a light house?

Nicole said...

Beautifuly done!Rose, do you have any idea of what the temperatute of the water is in this time of year?

Anonymous said...

Wow! Really lovely.

Anonymous said...

What gorgeous colours! Really lovely.

Rosie said...

Hey guys
I m glad you all enjoyed the picture.

Louis la vache
It is always a honour to have you visiting and if you take the trouble to sign the Guest Book even nicer. I am guilty of that too!

In the middle of the bay is the old main building of the pier. Someone told me that is all what is left of the pier...

Meead Saberi k
=Thank you. I was lucky because my husband was taking some pictures of the sky and I just borrowed his camera (and his settings!) and voila!

Ms M
You are right. It was one of those days that we felt like buying a bought and sail into the sunset...

And I L-O-V-E yours!

It was one of the most beautiful evenings I have ever seen. Just perfect.

No photography could have captured the beauty of the place. Everything was perfect. The warmth, light, the segulls, the happy voices of the people around us, the gentle waves breaking in the ramp where near the boats... so much to see, to feel, to experience...

Haha...is it a challenge? I wish I had the guts to do it. I m too lazy so it will be just a dream...
The official starting point for swimming the Channel is Dover.

Coming from you I take it as double compliment ;) I love all of your stuff.

There is a light house near there but that is the old pier house.

I m not sure... but it is warm enough for people play in the water.

Now you know what I am up to ...:)

I know what you mean... I promise you I didn't photoshopped it!

Unknown said...

Rose you are quite right, the structure in the middle of the sea is the end of Herne Bay Pier. Apparently the walk way to the end has sunk twice... There is currently a campaign to rebuild the pier, with a veiw to putting a conference centre at the end, this would bring more visitors into the town and support the economy! By the way, great shot Rose.