Monday, 24 February 2014

Beach Tracks, Corner On and Wild Angle

"Beach Tracks" :- There's not a lot to say about this image really as it's pretty self explanatory. I'd been down on the beach grabbing a few sunset shots of what's left of the West Pier (before it falls into the sea completely) and was making my way back up the shingle when I spotted these wheel tracks going off into vanishing point. The lifeguards on Brighton beach have a few quad bikes that they use to patrol the area, keep an eye of things and deal with emergencies quickly. Judging by the lack of footprints in the tracks this quad bike was probably being returned to the lifeguard's HQ long after most of the beach dwellers had already gone.

"Corner On" :- The afternoon sun casts shadows and creates reflections on the railings and seawall of the undercliff walk near the village of Rottingdean on the south coast of England. Patches of salty water lay on the concrete from the pounding and splashing of the waves during high tide.

"Wild Angle" :- Shot back in August 2012 during a long exploration and walk around Cuckmere Haven near Seaford in Sussex. The chalk cliff suddenly rises up from the ground at a ridiculous angle and punches the sky. This is the start of the famous "Seven Sisters" who's names (from Cuckmere Haven in the west to Beachy Head in the east) are Haven Brow, Short Brow, Rough Brow, Brass Point, Flat Hill, Bailey's Hill and Went Hill.

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