Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Northern Beaches: Sylt, Germany

Sylt Beach, right across from Denmark Shore. Photo by Alina Oswald
 Sylt, the north-most island of Germany, with its long beaches banding its entire length, is located at the border between Germany and Denmark and connected to the continent by a railway. It has a weird T-like shape, it's remote and cold most of the time, and, in the off-season, is deserted. Water is freezing, but sand is of a unique quality.
"Peeking Through at the North Sea" Sylt, the German Island. Photo by Alina Oswald. All Photos in this post Copyright Alina Oswald, 2010. All Rights Reserved.

"From Sand to Sea" on the beaches of Sylt, the German Island. Copyright Alina Oswald, 2010. All Rights Reserved.

Sylt in B&W. Copyright Alina Oswald, 2010. All Rights Reserved.


"Sylt Sea Sand" Copyright Alina Oswald, 2010. All Rights Reserved.

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