Foggy morning on Eastbourne sea front

This morning 28th March, I woke up to dense fog in Eastbourne. Normally I can see the sea from my kitchen window. Not today I could not even see the house opposite. I popped outside on my terrace with a cup of tea and soaked up the atmosphere. The fog made everything quite calm, relaxing and almost ethereal. Camera to hand, lets see whats to be had. Olympus Pen F, with the 75mm lens.

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Unknown man walking in the fog.
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Disappearing railings and bench seating.
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Groynes. Used to suppress beach erosion.
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Purpose built beach huts.

Essential elements of the South East coast of England.
Concrete promenade, pebbles on the beach, Victorian railings, groynes and beach huts.

The above four images were taken on the Olympus Pen F using the “Art” mode set to grainy film effect with borders turned on.

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The middle terrace on Eastbourne sea front, The sun began to break through.
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Back lit spring daffodils.

The above two colour images, were also taken using the “Art” mode on the Olympus Pen F. Art mode 6, Pin Hole with borders on.

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