Photo © Johanna Hurter
North Sea: Tide Falling
On the North Sea in the mudflats, the tidal range is quite high. As the water ran out, I watched the groyne slowly emerge. The photo shows the moment just before the groyne emerges completely from the water. The stones are still wet from the sea water. In front of the already visible part of the groyne and at the end there are two round buoys that glow brightly. In about an hour the mudflat can be seen completely with all the small animals living in it.
Johanna Hurter GERMANY
Johanna Hurter is a German Photographer based in Stuttgart.
She started photographing with 17 and has since professionalized her work.
She travels worldwide to take pictures of landscapes and cityscapes at daytime, dawn and night.
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