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Kilve Beach sunset

After my walk in the woods last week-end, I went to one of my very favourite places to try and catch a decent sunset. As it turned out, conditions weren't ideal because there was a bank of cloud on the horizon and it was obvious that, as the sun got lower it would just disappear. But I was delighted to be where I was and was soon clambering over rocks, and exposed limestone strata looking for good reflections and interesting angles. What follows is a selection of my favourites from the photos I took that evening. They may all look similar but they are taken from different places along the beach. I hope you like them. Here's one for starters.












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