Another three images from yours truly for this sunny Sunday.
Image #1 "Synagogue" :- I have lived in city of Brighton (on the South Coast of England) all my life but I have to admit that I have never noticed this building before. This is a Synagogue (a Greek word meaning "assembly") in Middle Street, Brighton. Apparently this Synagogue was opened in 1875 and incorporated a school house behind the main building. It is apparently one of the most ornate synagogues in Europe. Inside it has the finest 19th century decorative interior of any building in Brighton apart form the famous Brighton Royal Pavilion. It is a Grade II listed building.
Image #2 "Lonely Boat" :- An image of solitude and emptiness. A deserted Brighton beach (South coast of England) with one small boat looking out to sea.
Image #3 "Bombers" :- Kensington Street is part of the "North Lanes" in Brighton (England). It is full of superb street art. It's a feast for the eyes. Entire buildings have been painted and covered with complex and ornate artworks.
All Photography © Justin Hill