This was one of those occasions in landscape photography when I wanted to be in several different places at once. We can do an awful lot in this technological age, but the one thing I wish I could do is to control the sunrise by using a "pause" button so that I could get round to making more dramatic compositions! Faced with the ever-changing conditions, I frantically composed using the boats as a lead-in from the bottom right to counterbalance the orb of the sun at top left.
Candy coloured Beach Huts at Southwold
Southwold in east Suffolk, is one of several English seaside resorts that is famed for its beach huts. The huts form a fringe along the top of the beach in a panoply of colour. They are an essential ingredient of the nostalgic view of the British seaside. In many ways the huts are an evolution of the Victorian bathing machine which were wheeled out to sea to allow ladies and gentlemen to enter the water in their bathing costume, whilst preserving full modesty. Although many huts can also be…