Off-centre, Off-season

I have posted this image over 3 years ago, but I make no apologies for showing it again as it perfectly fits a combination of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge and Ailsa’s Travel Theme.

This photograph was taken in April, definitely not the height of the summer beach season! In addition, my subjects are nicely off-centre:

Sidmouth in early April

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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64 comments

  1. Works perfectly for both, Sue.

    janet

  2. I like the reddish cliffs Sue, and it does fit the brief indeed!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Stunning, it could be the red cliffs here in east Devon!

  4. It is a perfect response for the challenge…It would be such fun to enjoy the sun and water on that beach.

  5. Lovely photo, and great response to both challenges! I love a beach in winter, they’re so lovely for long strolls.

  6. A good image is worth repeating…

  7. Love this. And it does work for both!

  8. It is perfect for the challenge. I love the way the photo has two points of focus!

  9. Wonderfully atmospheric shot, Sue! Sidmouth, huh? I wondered ๐Ÿ™‚
    Have a good weekend.

  10. This is gorgeous Sue! Tiny little human figures in this amazing setting. Breathtaking setting.

  11. Absolutely perfect. And I have found that April has been the best weather-wise over the past few years so maybe not quite as off-season as you think!

  12. Beautiful coloured cliffs Sue

  13. Love this capture! Beautiful place!

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  15. why not! Such a great image!

  16. I was trying to place this, then read the reply to another comment – Sidmouth. My mother spent her last years down here and so we spent a few summers down here when the children were small on this very beach at the foot of Jacob’s ladder – building numerous sandcastles. Those were the days…

  17. What a place! I would love to be your subject in this photograph ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. A lovely photograph Sue!

  19. Perfect spot to walk along a beach!
    Thanks for following my travel blog!

  20. I love the composition ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. What a Superbe place!! Inviting to walk in the warm sand!

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