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The dramatic but captivating view of the dark beach with the light reflecting in the wet sand makes this a powerful piece of art. It's minimalistic and dynamic—perfect for an office space or even a living room wall.



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STANDARD photos are available in several sizes (choose from the Select menu) and are printed on high quality photo paper (matte or glossy depending on what suites the photo best). They are signed on the back side. Standard photos are not numbered and do not come with a Certificate of Authenticity or the Full Story (see the Deluxe photo info below).


DELUXE photos are available in several sizes (choose from the Select menu) and are printed on High Quality Fine Art Paper. They are signed on the front side and numbered as well as signed on the backside. With the Deluxe photo comes a Certificate of Authenticity which proves that the number is authentic and made by me. A signed and numbered artwork is always an investment. Deluxe photos are delivered in a tube.



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STANDARD + POSTCARD SET is a 30x20 cm (12”x8”) photo plus a set of 6 Northern Lights postcards (3 different pictures x 2).




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SILVER BEACH – Photo Print

PriceFrom 38,00€
  • I arrived too late to catch the sun setting in the sea, which happens at around 9 PM in late August in my region. But the orange and pink dusk light held the sky in its grip for a couple of hours after sunset.


    It was around 8 degrees Celsius (46°F) when I arrived. It was calm in the air but it had been windy during the day so the sea was still raging and threw waves violently against the flat rocks. It looked awesome and the sound was deafening. But still there was almost no wind, which was a funny combination.


    After capturing the waves I started walking back along the beach. As I turned around and watched the much less violent waves licking the sand on the inside of those rocks I knew I had to take more photos. 


    I experimented with different camera settings in order to get the right blurriness in the moving water. As it washed the edge of the beach the water the wet sand reflected the skylight, creating this silvery look. 


    I didn’t think much about it after capturing it, but as I edited the photo the day after I realized it was one of my best photos from that night. At midnight it started getting darker …

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