Today I would liked to have introduced a new location, however, as I was revisiting the archives I realised the photos weren't quite up to scratch, so there's been a slight change of plan. I'll keep the new location under wraps and release it into the wild soon enough - stay tuned!
Instead I'm heading back to Eastbourne. With reference to my post on composition earlier I think this must have been my most profitable photo session. I only had the chance to take a walk along coast once but I managed to grab quite a number of photos!
This is a hand held HDR photo from 3 exposures and, to me, really looks like a painting that may have been done years ago. Eastbourne is a bit like that in that it doesn't seem to have really changed much over the years. All the Edwardian and Victorian buildings are still standing - thrown in are some ugly 60's and 70's buildings but we'll ignore them - and then there is that typical British pier. It's all very quaint.
Being a city guy it was nice to spend some time out in the countryside with all the fresh air but I'm not sure I could live out here. I'd miss the hustle and bustle the city provides.
Go check out my Eastbourne Gallery!
Canon 400D EFS 17 - 85mm f4 - 5.6; 24mm, f4, 3 Exposures, ISO 200