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TIDE'S OUT

By Hoverflylover
I've taken images of this part of the coastline on many occasions but yesterday when the tide was out I noticed for the first time the monument to the left of the frame which must be quite submerged on certain days. In the distance too, on the otherside of what is an estuary, there is the indications of a power station and this was clearly visible. The sun rays emerging from behind the clouds was also beautiful although there was quite a strong cold wind blowing.

Tags: Landscapes Travel Water Seascape Landscape and travel

Voters: CarolG, nonur, Meheecho and 6 more


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CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
5 Feb 2013 9:20AM
An interesting scene, where was it taken, please? Would love to know the history of the monument. Carol

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Hoverflylover 4 31 1 England
5 Feb 2013 9:24AM
Hi Carol, it was taken along the coastline at Chalkwell, Essex. There may possibly be something on Southend-on-Sea's website about it. I've no idea what its significance is.

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