Newdicks Beach, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand by Glenda Spackman

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I was on an mid morning shoot on a very grey, wet day in early winter. The clouds were scudding overhea , the beach was deserted except for seagulla and the tide was very low. WThe rocks looked solid and timeless while I waited for the rain to pass. When I dashed out from under the trees where I was sheltering, my goal was to capture the solidity of the rocks compared to the movement of the sea ebbing and flowing.

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