Sea. Behind the sea are mountains 2/3rds of the way. At the right is a lil bit if mountain. There is a pier over the front bit.
Gravel the bottom quarter. The sea the next third. Diagonally crossing the sea is a pier from end to end of the picture. Behind the sea mountains cover half the landscape.
Gravel is the bottom quarter. The next third is the sea. On the right hand side of the picture the pier comes over the sea. It can be seen over half the landscape.
Left hand side is brush and trees. The sea over the rest of the picture.
On the left hand side you see mountains jutting out into the sea.
A road goes from the bottom left to the middle of the landscape. A wall reaches from the bottom right corner to the middle - the wall is at the side of the road. The sea is in the right corner. With mountains in the middle and on the right. The sky changes from grey to pink to grey and a tinge of blue where it meets the sea.
Here you see a wall on the left with grass on top and trees on the right part. In the right hand side you can see the mountain/hill.

Love, light and glitter

Eliza

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49 thoughts on “Photos for the day: 360° spin of beach area

  1. Nice creations, Eliza! Some of the images even are a bit evocative of summer’s resplendence, what, with the greenery, the emerging sun, and all. Yet, they still retain winter’s reserved splendor.

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      1. It sure did look long and if it was windy, it would seem even longer. We have a bridge that connects the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the Lower Peninsula (where I live) and the bridge is 5 miles (8 km) long. It is a suspension bridge and when it is windy, if you have a high-profile vehicle, like a van, if you cannot make it across on your own, someone will escort you across. I was just looking for a video to show you the bridge, but the best one I could find was 9 minutes long. Every year for Labor Day they have a walk to cross over it – you cross the Straits of Mackinac – very short railing and you must walk the entire way across or not go. It is not for the feint of heart. I went years ago but my father drove across; I was still a kid.

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  2. I really like the idea- each photo looks like it’s a different place. Some bits look like an untouched place where nature rukes and man dies not- others look like those artsy road photos that they use in trailers!
    Absolutely gorgeous!

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    1. Yeah, I know what you mean. I used to take panoramas but they aren’t really nice. This really is cool in that you can see how it moves. It’s an absolutely gorgeous place. I’ve some stunning pictures from when i was climbing this little mountain/hill a couple of years ago. I’ll try look for them some time.
      Are you getting any time to yourself yet?
      Love, light and glitter

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      1. I’m glad you understand what I’m saying.
        Nope, not yet. Pretty sure I flunked the Physics test, preparing for Math, English and Chem.
        AAAAAHHHH 😦
        How are you doing?? Has Ziva worked for you??

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    1. Wales
      Edit: Llandudno, just before the toll road, by the Great Orme. And I’ll edit it back once you’ve read this. Paranoid much?
      Have you ever been?

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    1. 🙂 I had the descriptions always for you. It was really pretty… only shame is that I’m not good at describing things.
      I’ve been thinking of you…

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      1. Aw that’s so nice of you. I’m sure others will appreciate the thoughtful gesture- and the descriptions are good, though it took me until the third description to realize they weren’t the same. So I read them twice 😉

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        1. That sounds amazing. Keep practicing! I’d love to be able to play…
          Busy here at the moment and it’ll probably slow down in a couple of weeks.

          Love, light and glitter

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  3. Aw that’s then pleasant over you. I’m assured others intention appreciate the thoughtful gesture- yet the descriptions are good, even though such took me until the 1/3 statement in conformity with realise those weren’t the same. So I study them twic

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