SKEGNESS STANDARD READER PICTURE: Some subtle seaside symmetry

Reader Pictures are always welcome.Reader Pictures are always welcome.
Reader Pictures are always welcome.

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This week’s Reader Picture was shared with the Skegness Standard by John Bright.

It shows an almost empty Skegness Beach, with just a couple of figures close to the horizon.

In the midground, a group of birds can be seen in the shallows of the water.

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In the distance, of course, there is Skegness Pier (with one or two people on it too).

There is some subtle symmetry here – above the horizon, the clouds form a horizontal arch with a patch of blue sky in the middle; below the horizon, the sea makes an arch on the sand with a patch of brighter water in the middle.

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