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Dreams land on distant shores: Wild is the wind

The wild wind rages
over the sea, breaking the waves
on the drowning beach

Storm on the North Sea. The wild wind beats the waves against the land. The otherwise wide beach is drowned in the waves. Foam and drops of sea water form a salty mist, waving over the dunes and soaking the land behind…

‘Wild is the wind’ is a new photo in the series ‘Dreams land on distant shores’, part of the gallery ‘Eternal sea‘.
I made this photo on a stormy December day on the beach of the North Sea north of the town of Agger in Denmark.

Wild Is The Wind - Abstract realistic fine art seascape photograph by Jacob Berghoef

Click on the image to see the other photos in this series

This is a repost of a post of September 4, 2018




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