Tag Archives: Contre Jour Photography


Simply glittering and shimmering. I love finding images like this. March is often known for variable weather in the UK. There is a well-known saying that ‘March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb’, or sometimes … Continue reading

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Glass Screen

Visiting a coastal town at or near high tide can limit the number of opportunities for shoreline photography, and on this occasion forced me inland to explore the town centre. This was the case last weekend when we re-visited Worthing, … Continue reading

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Coastal view

For the first time since our house move we went down to the coast (Worthing) on a Sunday. We picked a very busy day indeed – a festival was in full swing with all the fun of the fair. Noisy … Continue reading

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Eastbourne is a traditional seaside resort in East Sussex immediately to the East of Beachy Head, and the headland provides the perfect vantage point to view the town and its surroundings. The seafront stretches for three to four miles past … Continue reading

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Corrugated Light

When the tide goes out on a gently sloping sandy beach accompanied by a subtle on-shore breeze, and water gets trapped in the sand’s wrinkles, and the light is just right, then there are images to be found. This was shot … Continue reading

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Just Chatting

It’s a while since I posted an image from my old Print Archive. This image was taken at Budleigh Salterton on the South Coast of England in the late 1970s. It was late afternoon and our children were carefully selecting … Continue reading

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The Biggest Light Bulb in our sky is lighting up Spring. Walk, with the Sun behind you, along a Hedgerow, into a Wood, along a tree-lined street. Then turn around and re-trace your steps, walking directly towards the Sun. The … Continue reading

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