Category Archives: WaterScapes

Fence Line

Another image from our recent visit to Cuckmere Haven. I’m not sure why this fence is planted in the water, there was no flooding apparent. The water was frozen creating an opalescent appearance to the reflections, and the light completed … Continue reading

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Where Water meets Ice

We re-visited Cuckmere Haven during our recent prolonged period of cold weather and sharp overnight frosts. Water in the old meandering course of the River Cuckmere had frozen except in a one or two areas that had been heated sufficiently by the … Continue reading

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Waveform

There is something hypnotic about watching a wave approaching the shoreline knowing the inevitability that the wave will ‘break’; but that before that moment is reached it will gain a rolling crest. What intrigued me most as I watched the … Continue reading

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Waiting for the light

The weather between Christmas and New Year was uninspiring – grey and foggy – except for one day when the sun shone. Son and I headed for the South Coast to re-view Birling Gap. The tide was going out and … Continue reading

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About Turn

This is my fourth and last post about Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters. Click here to read the first post in this series. Having taken the classic view, stared at the sand under my feet, and raised my eyes … Continue reading

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Looking down

Continuing the theme of ‘Under Foot‘, today I’m posting another pair of images from Birling Gap. The Sun shone brilliantly that day, and where there is the combination of sun, sea, sand and low tide there is one view that … Continue reading

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Under Foot

Too often when we walk about with a camera, we look around us but ignore what is right under our feet. It’s all to easy to forget that the world exists in 360 degrees in three dimensions. We were at … Continue reading

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