Living on the edge of East Anglia
these barriers are temporary and a seasonal fixture. They are there to contain the sand and stop it from invading the promenade.
I have become slightly obsessed with gates, fences and barriers of all kinds. not a soul for miles on this early morning
this was taken on a freezing cold winter evening waiting outside in a socially distanced queue, Mr Chips Gorleston High Street. Superb.
fish and chip shop
when we first moved here these were nearly as tall as me. the beach and coastline are constantly in flux. nothing fixed, nothing permanent
i love the glow of these things. i have always liked the glow of buses at night when only a few people in them. have always it comforting
near the edge of the world. in another 150 metres or so there's nowhere else to go. wonderful feeling of solitude in the early morning.
close to the edge
after exceptionally high tide and heavy rainfall temporary pools are created. sometimes lasting a few days
bench with flowers
observation point at the end of the pier 'Eyes along the Coast' is the strapline on the front of the building.
Strange positioning. if the Benches faced each other people could talk to each other but as it is...
waiting for who...
picture of michael caine and some of my toys. he seems to seep into the machines. a kindly spirit guide