Image #2 :- It's hard to live in the city of Brighton and avoid posting photographs of the Royal Pavilion. It's the most famous thing in the city, it's what made the city and originally put us on the map thanks to the exploits of it's most famous inhabitant the Prince Regent (later to become King George IV).
The Pavilion was originally built as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales. Between 1815 and 1822 the designer John Nash redesigned and greatly extended the Pavilion turning it into the marvel and wonder you see in this image.
Image #3 :- Over the weekend I was told that a circus was in a nearby town and that it's location would make for a superb image. As soon as it was possible I jumped in the car and drove out to Peacehaven on the south coast of England hoping for a great shoot. When I got there I found the circus had all but gone, the tent had been packed away, the caravans had "shipped out" and the the clowns had removed their make up. This truck was all that was left but I liked the look of it anyway so decided to capture it. The colors were spot on and looked great against the green grass and the evening sky. It's parked right up on the cliff top too....if you look between the truck and the trailer you can just see part of the English Channel.
All Photography © Justin Hill