Brighton Pier and beach.
I lost this work or rather I forgot I’d done this but now it is found.
Another of my shots from my recent visit to Brighton.
Brighton beach selective colour. I really liked the vantage point that these two seagulls adopted. Looks like they’ve got things pretty well covered 🙂
Brighton beach on a hot day, nuff said 🙂
As close as I get to a “straight” photograph!
The lady reminds me a bit of my late grandmother, you could put the clock back 50 years to when I was a child and I can still close my eyes and picture her sitting in a deckchair in her Sunday-best floral “frock” at the seaside, pure nostalgia.
One of my favourite parts of Brighton, the narrow twisty lanes.
Seen on a pavement in Brighton.
People watching near Brighton Pier. Quite a lot of selective sharpening, dodging and burning going on in this one.
I also used my PEN E-PL5 a lot yesterday alongside my E-M5, very impressed with this little camera which gives superb results in very tricky lighting conditions.
Another work from my Brighton visit.
Brighton beach yesterday packed with people on one of the hottest days of the year so far.
W e took our 4 year old grandaughter out for the day and had a lovely time. I’ve been visiting the town since my childhood and I’ve never seen it so packed, a real “sea of humanity”