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Axmouth sunset.


Axmouth is a small village in East Devon. The nearby Axe Estuary, which is a haven for many birds, weaves its way down to the sea and ends by a large pebble spit near to Seaton.

On this particular evening, I’d sat on the beach adjacent to the spit for some time before I finally gave up my hopes for a good sunset. I was half way back up the main road next to the estuary when the sky suddenly began to show some promising colour. I turned and sprinted for all I was worth back to the beach, arriving just in time to snatch this photograph. The pebble spit and far off cliffs at Beer became great silhouettes against the florescent sky and two ducks paddled their way into the shot along the edge of estuary.



March 11, 2015