Saturday, 17 August 2013

3 Revolutions, Market Street and Summernight City

"3 Revolutions" :- A late night view underneath the Brighton Wheel which sits on Brighton seafront on the south coast of England. Light spills over and onto the pebbled beach as the giant wheel slowly turns whilst offering tourists a unique view of the seaside resort. the beach is an eerie place at night, devoid of people and full of dark shadows.

"Market Street" :- This is a shot looking up Market Street in the ancient and historical town of Lewes in Sussex, England. I know nothing of the history of Market Street but do know that Lewes became a thriving market town so am guessing that this particular road was connected to that part of the town's history. Lewes was an important part of Sussex and played home to William De Warren the 1st Earl of Surrey who was one of the few documented to have been with William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. De Warren was responsible for the building of Lewes Castle (which still stands today) in 1069.

"Summernight City " :- A cliff top view of the sun setting over a distant Brighton. The shot was captured from the cliffs at Rottingdean during low tide on the Sussex coast in England. I hasten to add that I was not in any danger at all in getting the shot although the image does make you think otherwise. I was on the safe side of the fence ... my camera and tripod however was not.

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