Tag Archives: Littlehampton

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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Your lunch is at risk

Seagulls are predators and thieves. There was a time when a day at the seaside involved sitting outside enjoying the sun, quietly minding one’s own business, and enjoying an ice cream or fish and chips. Not any longer. Seaside towns … Continue reading

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A new dimension

My photography has now extended into a new dimension – the sea. What a joy SeaScapes are proving to be. The sea is never the same; there are so many variables: the tide, the wind, time of day, cloud cover, … Continue reading

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Rusted Abstracts

The sun has finally put in an appearance and we headed for the South Coast for lunch at the East Beach Café at Littlehampton. The East beach Café is a unique architectural building, and for once the word unique is … Continue reading

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East Beach

Earlier this week I posted a minimalist Seascape (click here) taken in Littlehampton, a seaside town in West Sussex on the south coast of England. There has been a human settlement here since Roman times. For centuries Littlehampton was a … Continue reading

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Rays

The UK often describes itself as a sea-faring nation. We are an island people. We feel drawn to the sea. I live more or less dead centre in the UK – it’s a three-hour drive to reach the sea in … Continue reading

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