Angel Rays by fishers

Angel Rays

This shot is from our daughter Louise, following a trip that she and her family had to the coast last weekend. They had a trip to the beach at the village of Heacham on the east side of the Wash, and south of Hunstanton. They are getting to know a number of the coastal villages in the north of East Anglia, but Heacham seems to be a favourite at the moment.

She referred to the sun’s rays in the shot as ‘Angel Rays’ a term that I hadn’t heard before, but one which I like. They are more technically known as Crepuscular rays.

Ian
Beautiful light
September 24th, 2021  
Beautiful shot
September 24th, 2021  
Fabulous capture of the sunrays
September 24th, 2021  
Wonderful
September 24th, 2021  
A lovely shot, very ethereal.
September 24th, 2021  
Beautifully captured sunrays.Fav😊
September 24th, 2021  
Beautiful - light is rather special at this time of year.
September 24th, 2021  
mother nature is just so awesome
September 24th, 2021  
Oh how beautiful and I love the name, fav.
September 24th, 2021  
Truly inspired!
September 24th, 2021  
Wow, marvellous sun rays
September 24th, 2021  
Beautiful light!!
September 25th, 2021  
Fav. Beautiful sun rays coming down from heaven.
September 25th, 2021  
wow! wow! terrific capture
fav
September 25th, 2021  
Love this :)
September 25th, 2021  
Awesome capture of these beautiful angel rays
September 25th, 2021  
I always think of these as Angel rays. I can feel them when I see this. Absolute Fav
September 25th, 2021  
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Thank you all for your lovely comments and favs, Louise is absolutely thrilled with your response.

She told me the following about where she had heard of Angel Rays - 'I heard Angel Rays from a film with Pierce Brosnan in it, called Evelyn. It said that the suns rays shining through a cloud like that were your Guardian Angel watching over you. I've always liked that thought.'

Ian
September 25th, 2021  
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