Having faced grey skies for many weeks now; we were suddenly privileged to be bathed in glorious sunshine. A late afternoon trip down to Keyhaven proved profitable as the afternoon sunshine felt nice and warm and produced that wonderful golden glow over everything. As the tide retreated, I managed to capture a few shots of the waves slightly crashing over the rocks on the sea front, with the Needles visible in the distance at the West end of the Isle of Wight. The view across the lagoon had Hurst Lighthouse looking more orange than white. The Mute Swans appeared to be also enjoying the sunshine as they tucked into the reed beds. Time for a close-up shot, rather than the traditional full swan image. As the sun disappeared, the temperature started to drop and those cold fingers meant it was time to beat a hasty retreat back to the car. The sea fisherman looked as if they were going to brave things for a little longer in the fading sunshine.
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