It is not often when a beach is truly a beach. Here it shows itself in all it has. I like the colour palette and perspective, with in the far distance one of the main sea cargo routes of the world towards the harbour of Antwerp.
This is the place where beach and dune are meeting the wind and create these patterns in the sand in a variety of pastel tints. Taken near Cadzand, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
To catch the wind is an art in itself. This dune is formed by the exquisite properties of the beachgrass to survive in high dynamics and bind the grains of sand. In the background the city of Vlissingen, the city of one of my forefathers.
The white cliffs West of Eastbourne form this quiet landscape with the grey palette of pebbles with the roaring Atlantic Ocean in the background. This seascape feels as home.
I was able to catch the late evening light from the seaside of this dune at Cadzand-Bad. I wonder what actually is on the traffic board and where the path will lead me to. I like the contrast between the gold of the sunlight and the blue-grey palette of the sky.