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The next house tobe claimed by the sea at Happisburgh. I used an exposure of 3 minutes to get some movemnet in the sky.
I read about Happisburgh last year in a newspaper article and found it very moving and I felt so helpless as well. I got the chance to visit a few 'new' friends (thanks to ePHOTOzine) in Norwich so jumped at the chance to visit this fascinating part of the world.
This is a great effort and almost mirrors the image I took in March from an almost identical position (great minds think alike eh!). I love the inclusion of the steel bars which make the image quite surreal. I've never seen them on any beach in the world! The sky is fabulous and almost looks Armageddon like as though something really ominous is about to happen (which it is!). An excellent record of an everchanging landscape which won't look like this by the end of the year.
PS take a look at some of my photos of Happisburgh when you get chance. link
Cracking mono Roger - love the composition.
Dissapearing coastline, excellent photojournalistic image Roger. Ron.
It's hard to appreciate the power of the waves until you've been there! Works well in B&W, Roger, really gives it that journalistic feel
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