Low tide at East Head
A few weeks ago I had the day off work and was watching the weather forecast and the tide times with more than a degree of interest. I knew that the tide was going to be very low in the afternoon and the forecast was indicating that early morning cloud and rain would clear around lunchtime as well.
A trip down to East Head in West Wittering was planned, and being out of season and a normal work day, I did not expect to see many other people. A low tide, improving weather and no people should be good recipe for a few photographs of this wonderful Sussex coastline.
This is a location which is never stays the same, the tide and light constantly changing, revealing endless photographic opportunities to be enjoyed and captured.
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4 Responses to “Low tide at East Head”
You are so lucky to live near the sea. I love taking pictures on the beach.
Yes, I am very fortunate and we have the South Downs National Park close by too. A great mix for seascapes and landscapes.
That’s a great photoset:)
Thanks very much.