High Tide Mark


It’s always worth looking down at your feet when you’re on a beach.  This still-life was taken at the high tide mark on a beach at East Runton, near Cromer in Norfolk. I especially like the campagne cork; although it would have been much better if the campagne drinker had taken it home with them and not added to the beach litter.

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