This is Turner's view.
The space between the land and the sky. The shoreline and horizon. The sea.
It's difficult to describe the colours of this wide open space - especially on a slightly cloudy day when the sun is hung low in the sky.
I guess timing is the key.
From peachy pinks, subtle greens, vibrant blues all mingled with the smell of brine and clouds that are outlined from bursting sun rays - if you can time it right the view is spectacular and I so get it.
OK, so what if I said all this was Margate I was talking about - would you still be interested?
Put everything aside, every re-run of 'The Jolly Boys' Outing' you have ever seen.
If by chance you happen to be in Margate on a beautiful day - take the time to walk out along the sea wall and go have a look for yourself.
I can't guarantee you will see what I see, but I think I can safely say - you will not be disappointed.