stormy seas, crashing waves meet the angular rocks of the land.
A passing Jellyfish coasting off the wake of a boat on an Inky blue sea.
South Stack Lighthouse Anglesey North Wales, we lost count of how many steps down I do not envy the postman here but a great spot for watching a sunset with my new camera.
A cornish harbour photographed at low tide, the sun has set only a few moments before leaving a beautiful colourful evening light.
The remains of the third Pier at Herne Bay that was cut off from the mainland in the storms of January 1978. The pier was thought to have been too badly damaged and was later knocked down in 1980 leaving only the headland.
A Fisherman’s boat winched high across the pebble beach at Deal on Kent’s beautiful coastline.
An Old Kentish Seafarer’s boat takes rest among the wild fennel that growns along the Kent Coastline.
White Chalk Cliffs punctuate the Kent coastline, a perfect spot for paddling in the sea, fossil hunting and some photography.