Old traditions often continue despite more modern equipment.
Several places along the coast fishermen have pulled their boats up the shore,
instead of or in the absence of ports for many, many years.
In some places, now bulldozers are used to pull up the heavily loaded boats.
Before that, this has surely been much more difficult.
This was captured a couple of years ago on the North Sea coast of Jutland.
An eye-catching and probably also reassuring view when catch in sea problems.
This situation is more peaceful, after exercise then the lifeboat is on way to the base.
Speed gets another expression in twilight, at sea too.
Leaving the british island of Alderney almost like with the Devil in the heels.
However it wasn’t that bad, just heading directly to the french mainland.
Port de Dielette is waiting at the end of our speedy voyage.
Alderney, a sunshine bench.
A bench in the woods is fantastic, but nothing beats a bench with sea.view.
Telephoto lens is great, pulling in the subject.
A beautiful american boat heading Alderney.
The English Channel is a piece of cake, the beauty can handle the Atlantic too.
L’église Saint-Nicolas de Barfleur.
Inside the walls, fascinating interiors are “hidden”.
The churches in towns where life depend on the mood of the sea
They are the place where comfort is sought for turmoil and sorrow
– when the sea is at its harsh and brutal side.
Nature created underwater art.
Old plane wreck off the coast of corsican Calvi.