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SebastienCoell

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How an area changes
« on: April 02, 2021, 07:11:07 am »

Not really a photography topic, but this is one of my local beaches Bigbury in the UK, I have photographed it a few times but mainly visit for surfing.

We had a some what big storm, Storm Bella arrive at the UK in end of 2020, not massive but around 70mph, this is a blog I wrote about how it has changed the beach..

It just shows how seascape photography varies so much.

You might find it interesting to see the pics on it
https://scoellphotography.co.uk/blogs/news/the-devastating-impact-one-storm-has-on-a-devons-coastline

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Re: How an area changes
« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2021, 11:42:32 am »

Very impressive, and quite sad to lose such a lovely beach. In my lifetime we have had a small number of hurricanes here in Massachusetts, and storms do shift the contours of beaches, but I've never seen a large sandy beach just swept away like that.
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Re: How an area changes
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2021, 07:36:35 pm »

Yes its strange isn't it, we get worse storms with these effects, I think it was just a mix of the correct angles and waves.. its the first time I have seen it.
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