Sea / planet (Bradford Beach)

The July day brought warm sun and blue sky until around noon, then haze, before the thickest sea fog rolled in over the land bringing with it a sense of disorientation and isolation.

My photographs were varied in format, but also in light and colour due to the changeable conditions. The most surprising results were those I had taken with a small self-built plastic camera.  Like planets suspended in space, the tiny details in the rocks and water had been given vastness.  These images encompassed my sense of smallness and insignificance whilst standing on the very edge of the land.

 

sea planets web 1