Above/featured: Crossing Cook Strait in winter mist and fog, catching first sight of New Zealand’s South Island – 14 July 2012 (450D).
Some time ago, the challenge was people’s take on cityscapes. The present challenge looks out to the water, and while lakes are nice, I like the opportunities afforded by the ocean or the sea. The word “seascape” is a noun whose definition is “a view of an expanse of sea.” I’m pleased to present the following “seescapes” with the allure of open waters in mind:
- Australia: HMAS Sydney I memorial, Sydney
- Australia: Port Arthur, Sydney
- Canada: Strait of Georgia, Salish Sea
- England: Dover Cliffs from English Channel
- Germany: Bodensee (Lake Constance)
- Germany: Wadden Sea mud flats
- Hong Kong: outlying islands in South China Sea
- Italy: Ligurian Sea from Cinque Terre
- New Zealand: Akaroa Harbour and the Pacific
- New Zealand: Milford Sound and the Pacific
- South Africa: where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet
- Sweden: Stockholm archipelago, Baltic Sea
- USA: Puget Sound, Salish Sea
Meere Seen – mehre Seen – mehr sehen1.