Pick a word from five, or choose all of them if you like, says Paula at Lost in Translation for her Thursday Special. The choices are, innate, protuberant, fluorescent, rectangular and interspersed. She has five great shots, my favourite of which is fluorescent. I intended to use rectangular, but then scrolling through for ideas, I realised how interspersed these photos of Dawlish Warren are.
The brown, wintery sea at the Warren is interspersed with white foam,
The beach is interspersed with groins.
and people, and on the other coast at Exmouth the view is interspersed with houses, trees, seaside entertainment venues.
10 thoughts on “Thursday Special, pick a word”
That really is a brown sea! Cold but bright today.
Some good examples of interspersed, Gilly. And great to see a beach that still has groynes ….where is it?
Love the first shot of the rolling waves, Gilly. 🙂 🙂 Great to be out and about. I’ve done everything from saunter to swift march this past week, and loved all of it.
Beautiful images, Gilly. Love the dramatic cliffs and brown sea in the first landscape image.
The first capture in particular makes me dream. Thank you very much, Gilly. Now I am very glad that I came up with such a great challenge 😀
Now there’s a word I wouldn’t have thought of but your gallery really illustrates interspersed wonderfully, Gilly.
perfect word for your waves, people, and vibe –
Nice shot Gilly .. interspersed is perfect 🙂
I love where you went with the challenge. These are perfect for: interpersed’.
You find the most interesting spots. Nicely done …