I must be a mermaid. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living. /Anaïs Nin/
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10 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Beauty in the Beast”
This is beautiful…the photo has many layers of meaning.
Watching the beast of a sea striking against shore has always excited me and calmed me at the same time. It felt just right. Thank you for this extraordinary capture, Ese. I am particularly happy to see it in B&W. I hope to be able to take a photo (to see a scene) like yours some time in the future. I moved away from the sea 29 years ago, and I now realise how much I miss it.
Wonderful quote, and I think I’m with her wholeheartedly 🙂
Great photo. 😍
Next to witches so mermaids are my favorite women… 😀
Very well captured… 🙂
Perfect quote for a make you think ‘beauty in the beast’ picture.
Brilliant quote Ese, to accompany a magnificent photo. 🙂
You could very well be…
love the raw rage of the sea you have captured in the shot… the quote is brilliant 😀
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