Thursday, 24 January 2013

Harbour Sun, Grave View and Iconic Prom

"Widewater" :- Captured near the mouth of Shoreham Harbour in Sussex on the south coast of England. It was the 24th of July 2012 and Britain was caught in an unexpected heatwave. I'd gone for a drive around the south downs and decided to head back home via the coast road and stopped off en route to grab a few shots down by the waters edge.



"Distant Mill" :- This was shot on 20th Jan 2013 right at the back of St Margaret's churchyard in the ancient village of Rottingdean (England). I knew there was a large tree at the far end and realised that it would be providing a lot of shade and contrast to the snow covered graves and scenery. I was pleased to discover that you could still clearly see "Beacon Mill" up on the hill in the distance.



"Coalition" :- The iconic Victorian cast-iron railings are instantly recognisable as being part of Brighton seafront and promenade on the south coast of England. In Victorian times cast-iron was relatively cheap, sturdy, and available locally within Brighton from several foundries which were in the North Laine.



All Photography © Justin Hill