Saturday, 8 November 2008

Sandown (Day11 )


Sandown Bay shot from Shanklin which shares the same bay.



7 comments:

Tess said...

That is beautiful! I love the light! Wow!

snaphappee said...

Another lovely shot! (Is the horizon slanted, or does it just seem that way because of the shoreline?)

Martin Wilkins said...

well you see when the tide goes out as in the picture the horizon slants away from you ( rules of physics water runs with the slant ) and when its time to come back in again the horizon naturally slants the opposite way, to stop the water falling of the edge of the world we have the coast of America which then directs the water back but the weight of the water causes the tilt to the horizon, to combat the rush of water we have the North pole ice cap BUT we will have a larger problem in the future because the north pole is melting due to global warming caused to a large extent by America so where will the water end up???

confused... I am good night.

snaphappee said...

Oh! Of course...silly me.

Diana said...

Lol, wow, that is a bit much for my brain this morning wilky. =)

Sandra said...

Another beautiful image. Global warming is such a serious issue. Thanks for the physics lesson today.

Heather said...

very beautiful.. Looks like a painting I would see in some fancy house.. Nice work