This week Cee says we can choose our own topic. I don’t think I’ve posted this view of Marloes Sands before, but if I have then its worth a second look with its dreamscape rock formations. It was shot in monochrome.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge Open Topic
26 thoughts on “Marloes Sands, Pembrokeshire”
Marvellous coastline, Tish!
It just IS, isn’t it 🙂
Oh so very beautiful. 😀 😀 I appreciate you playing along,
I love your challenges.
That is a stunning image Ms T, fully deserving of a frame and a wall.
Many thanks for that kind appraisal, Ark. Sad thing is, we are rather lacking in walls in our cottage – too many doors and windows and too much roof!
I can admire at this shot for a long time. Love the tone!
I love how outcrops add such drama to the coast..stunning capture, Tish!
It is a fabulous bit of the coast for drama too. Film crews think so too, I gather.
I’m not surprised, Tish..really beautiful!
Wonderful photo! Definitely worth a repost.
Thank yu, Alison.
Your photos tell great stories, just like your written words, Tish
That is a stellar comment, Mak. Am very touched. Asante sana.
Tried to ‘like’ it several times, but it kept switching on and off.. 🙂
WP is a slippery entity, but you made it here, Mike. Thank you 🙂
Beautiful! Still grey in your neck of the woods today? 😍💕 xx
What an unusual landscape Tish. The sands seem like an endless ocean that I could almost sail through. And your new header image is very cool!
Glad you like my new header, Lisa. Thank you. Product of an idle afternoon.
Black and white can be so beautiful Tish, what an amazing photo – so sharp and love the grey’s and black’s, the contrasts. Wonderful.
I’m really rather keen on b & W, Agnes. It shows us things in new ways.
I must agree with you Tish, b&w can be sharp and beautiful.
What a great picture. It looks like something Dali might have painted.
It does have surreal qualities – in real life too!