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Tomorrow We Sail

By Philpot  
Stunning surreal and still conditions on the west coast of Lancashire on Wednesday night. I went here a month ago in stormy conditions and wanted a more surreal image.

Last night's weather ticked all the boxes, high to medium level cloud, no wind, with sunset and high tide within an hour and a half of each other, conditions like this dont present themselves too often.

Tags: Lytham Boat Clouds Surreal Lancashire Yacht Masts Cloudscape Landscape and travel Nautical

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Wonderful image
chase Plus
16 2.3k 592 England
31 Jul 2020 6:13PM
Minimal and very beautiful.
A case of right place, right time it seems.
Leedslass1 Plus
5 3.7k 3 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2020 6:47PM
Lovely serene image
31 Jul 2020 7:04PM
Lovely shot wonderful lighting.
RLF Plus
11 18 4 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2020 7:57PM
Beautiful minimalist shot
Art gallery for sure
Rob
JuBarney Plus
10 34 5 United Kingdom
31 Jul 2020 8:02PM
A really lovely shot
Ju
31 Jul 2020 8:11PM
Very nice indeed!
31 Jul 2020 8:39PM
A lovely image.
David
manicam 17 44 1 Canada
31 Jul 2020 8:40PM
Absolutely extremely excellent photo!
Sherman Grin
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 20 Canada
31 Jul 2020 9:04PM
Beautiful. When the horizon blends into the sea or vice versa.
MAK2 Plus
3 34
1 Aug 2020 3:01AM
Beautiful.
James_C 12 38 57 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2020 7:32AM
Well worth the effort, but what a sad sight!
felixdcat 7 5 United Kingdom
1 Aug 2020 10:32AM
Top drawer 👏👏👏
TrevBatWCC Plus
13 13 19 England
1 Aug 2020 12:12PM
Love the muted colours, the composition and framing giving a feeling of calmness. Wonderful! 😃👍
Trev 😀
jacomes Plus
6 30 43 Portugal
1 Aug 2020 8:20PM
fantastic photo, love the muted colours and general softness of the image, a peaceful scene but with an element of sadness from the beached yacht.
James
ianrobinson 12 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2020 8:24PM
Absolutely love it, a great use of long exposure, has that vessel been there long?
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