Sea Bubbles

by | Jan 23, 2019 | Landscapes, Nature Up Close | 0 comments

On the beach at Chapel Porth, near St Agnes, Cornwall. A fierce storm had been blowing off the sea, whipping the water into huge chunks of sea foam. In a tiny rook pool I found these iridescent bubbles. I couldn’t resist taking a shot although the wind was so strong that I could barely hold the camera still.

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