The Beautiful Sunset of Whitstable Beach, Kent.

My auntie took these photos of the beautiful sunset 3 years back, but just by looking at these photos the sunset is absolutely beautiful, no matter what the angle. The reflection of the sunset shines down on the sea and gives off a sparkle, bouncing the reflection of the sunset off the sea.

The tide in most of the photos have gone out perfectly, forming a near-silhouetted landscape, leaving behind it trails of dirt, seaweed and rocks. The sunset up close hides itself behind the clouds, lighting up the cloudy sky.

The sunset in the centre of the photo makes the whole concept of the photo beautiful, as it is in full focus, perfectly in centre, and also shines down on the ground, directing a ray of sunlight onto the sea. This photo was perfect, as the sunset captured land at its darkest, and also darkened what looked like a building underneath it.

In the background on a few of the photos, you can see the boats are left from where the owners of the boats have left them after a days use. The sunset in these photos are out of this world, as the sunset close-up darkens almost the whole sky around it, as you can see one part of the sunset up close is a bright red-pink colour and that the other part of the sunset is a bold, vivid and bright yellow sun.

Overall, I thought the outcome of these photos that my auntie took were fantastic, the photography is beautiful, and I wanted to share these sunset photos to the world.

Tomorrow, I will upload a video of the sunset photos to YouTube, and I’ll also make the video available to watch from this blog via a new blog post.

Thank you for reading this post. I really appreciated the time you took to read about the beautiful sunset of Whitstable Beach, Kent.

Alex Smithson (asterisk15)

53 thoughts on “The Beautiful Sunset of Whitstable Beach, Kent.

  1. Hi Alex,

    These photos taken by your aunt are really really good. Probably the best sunset-themed pictures I have even seen. I like the way she has used so many different angles and captured the sunset at Whitstable Bay with many interesting stages and modes of expression.
    Superb article, and well done, thanks for sharing. 🙂

    Vijay
    – HalfEatenMind

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    1. Thank you, my auntie took these photos 3 years ago in Whitstable down at Whitstable Beach in Kent, in honesty these photos are beautiful, as you are able to see almost the whole landscape from a view 😊👍.

      Alex
      -Photography | Nature

      Plus, on January 1st 2014, the name of this blog will be changed to “Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button” and the theme on this blog will be changed to the new Twenty Fourteen layout, giving this blog more of a magazine look…again, thanks for commenting on this post and thanks again for dropping by 😊👍!!!

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    1. Thank you anotherday2paradise, my auntie took these down at Whitstable Beach in Kent 3 years ago, and I wanted to take the opportunity to upload the photos of the beautiful sunset 😊👍.

      Alex
      -Photography | Nature

      Plus, on Wednesday, 1st January 2014 I will be changing the layout of this blog to the new Twenty Fourteen theme, and the blog name will also be changed to “Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.”…again, thanks for dropping by and thank you for commenting on this blog post, I really appreciated it 😊👍

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  2. I’m just a few miles inland from Miami Beach, Florida, USA. There is probably less than 10 miles of public beach at which to enjoy a sunrise. The rest is blocked by rows of high rise condos, concrete dominoes. Thanks visit my blog.

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    1. You’re welcome, and thanks for dropping by my blog Carl, I really appreciated it 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Photography | Nature

      Plus, from tomorrow, I’ll be changing the name of this blog to “Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.” and I’ll also be changing the layout of this blog to the new Twenty Fourteen theme…again, thanks for dropping by, and have a Happy New Year into 2014 😊👍!!!

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    1. Thank you Cindy, my auntie took these photos back in 2010 of the beautiful sunset down at Whitstable Beach in Kent, and just by looking at the photos, the sunset is absolutely beautiful…again, thank you for dropping by my blog, I really appreciated it, and thank you for the kind gesture as well, it felt moving 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you, your silhouette photos featuring a hint of a sunset look great, as you’ve blended the subjects of the photo in nicely, just saw 1 or 2 of the photos you took of the near night sky, and they’re pretty good 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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      1. You’re welcome ladyofthecakes, I never thought to ask, what make of digital camera do you use to take photos :-)?

        Alex
        -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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      2. Oh, lucky guess lol, I use a Samsung ST200F camera that is similar to your Olympus VR-325 and takes photos up to 16.1 megapixels. It has different ISO settings that I think goes up to ISO3200 but is a relatively good camera.

        By the way, how many megapixels is your Olympus camera 😊?

        Alex
        -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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      3. Oh, ok, I must admit, the photos you’ve taken are great to view as every photo pin-points every detail in every form 😊👍.

        Alex
        -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Oh, well your photos are great to view, and you also upload the photos to your blog however you want it to look, your blog posts are very detailed, very well done 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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      1. You’re welcome ladyofthecakes, thank you for dropping by this blog to view this post, I really appreciated it :-).

        Alex
        -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Andy, my auntie took these photos back in 2010 down at Whitstable Beach in Kent, and in honesty, the sunset photos are absolutely beautiful to look at, I could look back on this blog post again and never get bored…again, thanks for dropping by, I really appreciated the kind gesture 😊👍!!!!!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Eddie, my auntie took these photos back in 2010, and in honesty, the photos of the sunset are beautiful. The other photos of Whitstable Beach are beautiful as you can see how detailed and vivid the landscape really is from a distance. Thank you for commenting on this blog post, and you’re also very welcome 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Noel, my auntie took these back in 2010 down at Whitstable Beach, Kent, and in honesty, these photos are beautiful as the landscape is captured almost instantly and gives off that beautiful effect.

      Thanks again for dropping by this nature blog, I really appreciated it 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Lady Fi, my auntie took these sunset photos back in 2010, and I wanted to take the opportunity to upload these as they were the best photos my auntie took…again, thank you for the kind gesture, I really appreciated it, and thanks again for dropping by this nature blog 😊👍!!!

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Marianne, my auntie took these photos back in 2010, and wanted to take the opportunity to share them because of how beautiful the sunset was, as well as the vivid landscape overall. You’re very welcome too :-).

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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    1. Thank you Anne, my auntie took these back in 2010 down at Whitstable Beach, and the landscape is absolutely beautiful. I apologise if I didn’t reply straightaway as I’m in the process of getting rid of my sore throat…again, thanks for dropping by, and feel free to download your copy of my new eBook “My Journey Through Photography” from the blog post “My Journey Through Photography – A Free Blogbook!!!”

      Kind regards,

      Alex
      -Mother Nature | Life at the touch of a button.

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  3. I also love sunsets and these are fantastic. If there is some way we can exchange e-mail addresses I’d like to send you a private link to an album I put up on Skydrive of photos I took of sunsets in Denver. You will really be amazed at some of them. Thanks for the breaktaking look ~
    The Castle Lady

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