Saturday, 1 October 2011

seascape and skyscape

Sea and sky in the late afternoon light.  Perfect autumn weather.

19 comments:

Ali said...

Oh those seaside skies are heavenly.

willow said...

Lovely photographs capturing this lovely but unseasonal weather.

harmony and rosie said...

Well hello there stranger. Sorry Diana, I've been meaning to get in touch to make sure all was well, I do hope the last couple of months have been busy and no more.
Lovely photos!
Kate x

silverpebble said...

Beautiful. Good to see you here again Diana!

caireen said...

have been thinking of you lots - nice to see you back! Cx

Clare said...

Makes me want to jump right in! Glad to see you back!

the veg artist said...

Glad to see you back. I love your part of the world, and am pathetically grateful for any shot/news of it. My dream location!

Miriam Weaver said...

Lovely images as always. Hope your well.

kristina said...

So beautiful. And so glad you're back :) Have been thinking of you. K x

sweetmyrtle said...

hello there, hope all is well. It's good to see you back in your wonderful space here
much love Ginny xx

Lyn said...

welcome back.....we missed you!
Lovely weather today.....wonder what tomorrow will bring?
xxx

Susan said...

bonjour !! we also love a good seascape xoxo les Gang

dragonfly said...

Hello you. That sea! It's like a millpond. Stunning.

sue said...

Lovely relaxing photos, just looking at them makes you feel all 'aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh'!

love those cupcakes said...

There you are! Good to see you back. Gorgeous pictures.

Diane said...

Perfect indeed. Hope you are well. xxxx

Ruth M said...

I'm so pleased you have posted. I was getting quite worried about you.

Happy said...

Hello Diana
Lovely to see you back here in blogland, and what beautiful seascapes you've shared. I adore the silvery pink hue to the sky and sea - it's possibly my favourite of all the sea's changing faces,
I hope all is well with you - Happy Autumn!
xx

Griffin said...

Wonderful images as usual. Very pensive too. And they remind me of dear old Brighton...sigh!