Sunday, 1 September 2013

Sunset at Bembridge Beach

Every evening Sharon and I took Charlie the dog for a walk on a different beach.  This post I am showing you the sunset at Bembridge beach and some of the shots are looking into the sun and other lighter ones are looking in the opposite direction but the the fading sun's rays falling on them.  So get a cuppa and sit back and enjoy the beautiful views of the sunset.


















  










  




















  

   
 I hope you enjoyed these sunsets.  Thank you for visiting.

My thanks goes to Paul from the N.I.Butterflies Conservation and Aidan from my Bird Group for supplying the name of the plant that the white butterlifes were on in the video. Verbena bonariensis it was and it has now been added on that post ( 29 August).

31 comments:

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    1. Hi Tex Yes very peaceful. Thanks for comment.

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  2. I love the progression of these shots. It must have been a wonderful night to be out on the beach watching the unfolding of such a lovely sunset. Your photos are great.

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  3. HI Linda Yes it truely was a wonderful sight adn the while way home in the car it continues to change and I could have taken hundreds ofshots if I could have done it by remote control! Thanks for the comments.

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  4. Beautiful sunsets, and about the last couple, they are splendid. Cheers Margaret.

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    1. HI Bob Yes I always love sunsets and those last 2 are my favorites also.

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  5. If I get one good or even middling picture a week I'm happy. Here you have a months worth.

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    1. HI Adrian It is very kind of you to say so but I need to put them on when I get them otherwise I will forget!!!. A lot of thtem are not as good as your as my equipement is not as good nor can I manipulate them as you do, I just do my best and hope that people like them as I do.

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  6. hi margaret

    such gorgeous light!
    i really enjoyed looking at your photos. love all of them!

    have a great week ahead!:)
    big hugs~

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    1. Hi Betty Many thanks for your kind comments. Hope you are having a great weeknd.

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  7. Some really fantastic images Margaret, especially the sunsets.

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    1. HI Roy Thanks for comments and glad you liked the sunsets

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  8. We just don't get those kind of beaches here in north Japan. No mudflats at all to speak off. Just black sands and rocks.

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    1. HI Stuart Thanks for comments. Then it must be lovely for you to see some here as you don't see them in Japan.

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  9. Oh my. That was sublime and lowered my blood pressure this morning. Thank you.

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    1. HiEC Glad to be of help in lowering your BP. Thanks for comments

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  10. What a beautiful sunset and such pretty weathered piers!! A gorgeous group of images, warm and inviting!!

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    1. HI Debbie That is a lovely way you have said about the shots, 'warm & inviting'. Thanks for comments

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  11. Gorgeous pictures. Sunsets are most fascinating to photograph as they change moment by moment.

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  12. HI Ruth Yes, 'moment by moment', that is way I could not leave any out. Thanks for comments

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  13. Beautiful! I love the orange colours in the last photos.

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    1. Yes these are my favorties also. Thanks for comments

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  14. Beautiful photos :) Also greatly enjoyed your last post from Carisbrooke Castle. We haven't been to the IofW for a couple of years and I'm missing it a lot and your photos are bringing back many happy memories. Thank you :)

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  15. Gorgeous lighting here. The perfect moment. And I'm loving the gulls in the sea:)

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    1. Hi Chris Glad you liked the post and thanks for comment.

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  16. This is certainly very good reason to have a dog to walk. Beautiful.

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    1. HI Pattis Yes the dog had to be walked and I got some good shots at the same time. I do not have a dog at home however I do get out to do some photography. thanks for comments.

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