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Of Wood, Waves and Walking

Of Wood, Waves and Walking

Going up to town from Seaford is relatively easy, letting the train take the strain, assuming there arte any running of course. There are Supposedly three direct trains a day though in this rapidly becoming a third world country they rarely appear. If they do the last...
Sea Scours Seaford’s Shingle

Sea Scours Seaford’s Shingle

It was in 1987 that the groynes on Seaford beach were buried under tons of imported gravel, brought in to boost the defences along the beachfront. Over the last few months I have photographed and written in two earlier posts about the Environment Agency’s...
Impressionism in Winter

Impressionism in Winter

I always used to hammer it into students that a sketch book was their personal idea library. Not a scrapbook, as so many lecturers allowed them instead, but a place in which you record manually your response to external stimuli, through using eyes and some form of...
Capturing the Colour and Movement of the Sea

Capturing the Colour and Movement of the Sea

The Impressionists went to the south of France for the light. English artists found their vision at home,  Constable in Suffolk, Turner in Sussex. Sussex is now my ‘home ground’ and the light  is startling in its clarity, cleansed by sea breezes and...