I took up photography when I retired. I photograph a wide variety of things with nature and macro being at the forefront. I am fascinated by the intricate detail in tiny insects and bugs. I wanted to write a blog to share some of the beautiful places I have visited and the wildlife (mostly miniature) I have photographed.
The morning was bright but chilly. A good day for a brisk walk along the seafront at Walton-on-the-Naze. There was a fresh breeze but the sun gave off a little warmth. Colours stood out on the beach and symmetrical patterns had been created by the steps that reached up to the beach huts.
Sanderlings and Turnstones were keeping busy along the tideline shifting debris in search of seashore invertebrates.
Sea defences forming patterns.
As the tide came in the clouds began to build and the sea became more turbulent. We didn't hang around as we made our way back to the car.