I went for a walk round at Caswell Bay in late afternoon. This was the scene that greeted me:
After a stroll around in nearby Bishop's Wood, I returned to the beach as darkness fell:
I had been hoping for a nice sunset, but instead I had to make do with a few long-exposure shots of the blue dusk:
These two shots were the longest exposures of all, which allowed the nearby tungsten lights to register on the sensor, and add their own hues to the scene:
It was strangely therapeutic standing virtually alone on the sand in near darkness, with only the sounds of the waves and wind for company, and nice to have a brief respite from the constant clamour and haste of modernity!