Sunday, 27 January 2013

Light Arches, A Doorway and Tons of Chalk

"Shadowlands" :- This image was captured nearly a year ago on February 2nd 2012 and has been patiently waiting for it's turn to be uploaded and seen by you all. It's a somewhat different view of the famous Victorian Arches and Terrace (built in 1890) that run along the length of Madeira Drive on Brighton seafront , England.



"The Bookshelf" :- This was shot inside Gloucester Place Baptist Church in the city of Brighton, England. I'd passed the Church many times but had never ventured inside before. On this particular day they had a photographic exhibition on displaying work by a few locals and I thought I'd go in and have a look around. Feeling uninspired by what was on display I ended up taking a few images inside the Church instead! Stacked up on the shelf are Bibles and Hymn books.



"Black, White & Blue" :- This is part of the very famous "Seven Sisters" cliff face on the south coast of England. The cliffs run from the Cuckmere Esturary along to Birling Gap and then rise up to form Beachy Head at Eastbourne which is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 m (530 ft) above sea level. To give a sense of scale to this partof the cliff face if you look carefully you can see a few tiny people walking along on the beach.



All Photography © Justin Hill