It was a blue-sky, blustery December morning on Anglesey’s Newborough Beach. And then a big cloud blew over the sun: some brief seaside alchemy before the sun came out again.
Time Square #2 This month Becky wants to see us in the square; images connected with time – spot on, tenuous, devious, or ingenious – any approach is acceptable.
26 thoughts on “Contre-Jour ~ Catching The Moment”
This says timeless to me. 🙂
If I may say so, the moment looks a tad gloomy, Tish! Time to lighten up, it’s gloomy enough looking out of the window here….
Ah well. I suppose it depends on how you look at things. I rather liked the light beam across the sea.
Superb image Tish. Always loved Anglesey I had relatives there (mum was Welsh).
It is an amazing island. So many ancient remains too. Can be a bit blustery though. Have you been back lately?
About four years ago now, so many memories I get a bit sad now. Visited my aunties old house in Rhosneigr, converted into apartments, that was meant to be mine! So much has changed but the daughter wanted to see where her nan’s family lived. Showed her my grand parents grave in St Asaph cathedral, nice moment.
Lovely to treasure your Welsh heritage.
Beautiful light and shadow!
Thank you, Angeline.
You’ve captured it beautifully, wonderful light 😊
Or just downright beautiful… 🙂 🙂
Ah, you know how much I like a glittery sea.
This is a lovely catch, Tish!
So strong you could almost walk on it. 😀
That is one blissful notion – sea-walking to the mountains in a blaze of light 🙂
It’s beautiful but kind of strange. Maybe the entryway to another dimension.
Interesting you should pick up on that. That beach or the headland thereof was much favoured by very early Christian mystics, and before that the whole island was given over to druidic and ancient Celtic tendencies – perhaps drawn to the very particular lighting effects that seem to occur between the mainland mountains and the sea strait.