Cut off by the tide

St Michael's Mount Hard to believe but this time last week we'd just spent the day on the beach in Cornwall watching the sun go down over St Michael's Mount – in glorious weather and 20°C of November sunshine! The nice lady that served us our Cornish Cream Tea told us that the winter months… Continue reading Cut off by the tide

Dead end at Shoreham

Outfall at Shoreham by Sea

Long exposure on the beach On Sunday afternoon we went for a walk at Shoreham. The beach on Basin Road isn't much to talk about. Mostly stones and gravel, and directly next to the power station, port and industrial sector of the town. It's a bit grim - but there were a few families enjoying… Continue reading Dead end at Shoreham

Northchapel Oak

Oak Tree Summer Showers Northchapel

Lonely old Oak, Northchapel West Sussex Busy doing my Saturday evening 'Dad's Taxi' trip yesterday when I spotted this solitary oak. We'd had an afternoon of sun and showers and this photo captures them both. Sun on the field, grey skies on the horizon. Shortly after I pulled up another photographer walked around the corner. We… Continue reading Northchapel Oak

Big grey field

Grey field on The South Downs

Grey field. Spring evening. During and after the war The South Downs were turned over to arable crops. Huge fields were ploughed out of the chalky ground for cereal production; wheat and barley for food and animal feed, home grown rather than having to rely on imports from abroad. It's the end of April and at this… Continue reading Big grey field