Tuesday, 4 May 2010


Railing reflections on The Fleet at low tide.


  1. Lovely reflection (although that water does look a little 'weedy').

    I forgot to thank you for posting larger photos - makes it much easier to view them in detail.

  2. Thanks again Rick, the tide was just starting to come in, so there was very little water movement, the railings are part of a Army training area, they a very good at collecting anything that is loose and moving with the tide.
    The weedy look is from bladderwrack seaweed which grows abundantly in the Fleet lagoon, which has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest by Natural England. It is a lovely part of the coastline and very handy for photography!