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Shadows on Goolwa Beach

Shadows on Goolwa Beach


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  • These paintings are fantastic. Much better weather there too !

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Wed 26 Nov 07:44:04
  • beautiful painting, looks like a photograph.

    Posted by aaron lawrence on Wed 26 Nov 10:06:46
  • Gorgeous - that beach!

    Posted by Jeannette Harrison on Wed 26 Nov 10:48:10
  • Love all your paintings - the wide expanses of beach and clouds are beautifully portrayed. Does the "Cockle Train" run along here?

    Posted by Roger Blackwell on Wed 26 Nov 11:53:31
  • Lovely portfolio of excellent paintings. Looks like a beautiful place with lots of sunshine. Very good work, well done.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Wed 26 Nov 13:25:08
  • thank you for your kind comments everyone. Yes Roger, the Cockle train runs parallel to the beach but about Ikm inland - a lovely little train ride from Victor Harbor. It is a truly amazing beach with wide shallows and seemingly a constant ocean surf that surfers and body boarders appreciate.

    Posted by Mike Barr on Wed 26 Nov 22:34:53
  • amazing sand..................feel like i've got sand in the shoes..............lovely gallery...............

    Posted by Ruthy flet on Fri 28 Nov 23:00:24
  • I love this beach scene ... reminds me a lot of beaches in my home country!

    Posted by David Croad on Wed 08 Apr 08:24:24
  • Love your handling, I love the sea it i's my faourite subject. I live in the fishing village of Cockenzie in East Lothian witch is the birth place of the explorer Sir Frances Cadell,who explored the Murray. river in a canoe.The name of Goolwa is remembered in this area and appears often in the village during summer festivals etc ..Tom Kerr

    Posted by Tom Kerr on Fri 11 Sep 19:18:22