Monday, 21 January 2013

Glass Wall, Graveyard and a Subway

"Brighton Library" :- This is the "Jubilee Library" in the coyty of Brighton , England. It's situated in Jubilee Square which was part of a a £50 million scheme to regenerate a 40-year-old brownfield site. The Library was opened in 2005 by the Princess Royal and later visited by Queen Elizabeth II. The library has won many design awards and has been described as "a triumph", "the most important public building constructed in Brighton since the Royal Pavilion" and "the superhero that saved the city". In terms of visitor numbers and loans, the library is one of the busiest in England.

"George Field Esq" :- This is part of the churchyard of St Wulfran's an 11th Century Church situated in the village of Ovingdean to the East of Brighton, England. Both the church and the village are listed in the Domesday Book which was compiled and written in 1086.

"A Light to Shine the Way" :- This is the southern end of the pedestrian passageway that runs underneath "Marine Drive" (A259) at Ovingdean Gap on the south coast of England. The busy coastal road is dangerous to cross at the best of times so this underground passageway gives easy access to and from the beach.

All Photography © Justin Hill