Sunday, 5 August 2012

Three Images For Sunday

Image #1 :- This door can be found in the now redundant (The Diocese of Chichester declared the church redundant from 29 December 2008) Stanmer Church, Stanmer Village, Brighton, England. Stanmer Church is listed as a Grade II building and is still opened by Stanmer Preservation Society every Sunday.

Image #2. All the f's here as this is a farmers fields in Falmer, Sussex, England. I was on my way to the town of Lewes for an evening shoot when I noticed this brooding sky over the scenery. Once I'd seen it there was no way I could continue until I'd stopped the car and got the shot.

Here's a view looking West towards Brighton Marina from the beach at Ovngdean Gap on the south coast of England. Brighton is a very famous seaside city and it's got an awful lot going for it. Unfortunately the one thing that it has not got going for it is a nice sandy beach. Every single beach in the Brighton area is covered in pebbles, stones or large rocks. The beach at Ovingdean Gap is no different. Pebbles everywhere as well as huge rocks that were placed on the beach to break the power of the sea up and protect the wall and cliffs.

All Photography © Justin Hill