Skegness in a new POV

People who visit Skegness often leave thinking why does Skegness have brown sea.
The fact is, Lincolnshire sands are dark and shallow and is churned over itself, leaving us with muddy looking waters.

But if you were to be patient and pay attention to where the sun is setting and the time of day, around 6pm when the sun sets behind you, you can sea the sea in a magical blue light as the sunlight catches the crashing curls of the waves.

I felt extremely dramatic and so chilled out when I finally achieved the image that I set out to get, this was from an imagined expectation that was made to be come reality.

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