Sunday, 27 October 2013

Drift Away, 900 Years of Glory and Fuzz Cat

"Drift Away" :- A few pieces of driftwood lay scattered on the pebbled beach at between the villages of Ovingdean and Rottingdean on the south coast of England. It was 1st January 2013 and the air was crisp and sharp with every breath that I took. The reason I love this image so much is because the clouds appear to mirror the white surf as it invades the beach.



"900 Years of Glory" :- Captured just a few days ago in Chichester, a cathedral city in West Sussex, in South-East England. This is a shot and capture of the southern side of Chichester Cathedral with the cloisters and green also in view. The Cathedral was founded in 1075 and it's architecture is in both the Norman and Gothic styles. The Cathedral is also unique as no other English Cathedral has a free-standing medieval bell tower and double aisles. It's also one of only two medieval English cathedrals which are visible from the sea.



"Fuzz Cat" :- Captured in Oxford Place, a small side road that runs between Ditchling Road and London Road in Brighton, England. A heavily graffitied wheelie bin sits across a heavily graffitied doorway. The two completely random and separate works of art and vandalism had somehow come together in perfect unison. The afro haired woman stands above and behind the title "Fuzz Cat" which not only made me stop in my tracks and take the shot but also put a huge smile on my face.



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