Friday, 29 March 2013

Colorful Beach, Static Mill and Grey Seas

"Red Beach" :- Shot early evening back in November 2012 from the upper level of the main promenade in Brighton (England). The sun was saying it's last farewell for the day and some of the bars and clubs on the lower / beach level were powering up and switching on their lights which were scattering various hues and colors on the pebbles. The ruins of the West Pier silently observe the proceedings.



"Ceased Turning" :- Beacon Mill stands just at the side of a "pitch and putt" mini golf course near the historical village of Rottingdean on the south coast of England. She was built in 1802 as a corn mill and she worked right up until 1881. They were even considering demolishing her in 1890. She's now very well looked after and has become a famous landmark along the south coast. She's a subject that I have photographed many times and I am sure I will continue doing so.



"Stone, Wood & Water" :- I love the grey / blue tones of this image. No other color seemed to get a look in as the weather was on the turn and the skies were beginning to get heavy as the storm moved in over the English Channel. The beach isn't too far from where I live and I never get bored of visiting it as it changes constantly and there's always something or other to point the camera at as long as you have your eyes open.



All Photography © Justin Hill