Along the Whitstable beach there are boats, pebbles, oysters and rows of breakers. In the distance, to where I was standing, looking at the breakers, you have The Neptune (Neppie) which sits on the beach. The first pub my husband introduced me to in Whitstable, and a popular haunt for the locals.
The beach was quiet and empty on the day I took these pics. We were with our family. Nan, Grandad and Uncle Bob in tow. The children skimming stones in to the sea and I was doing my usual day dreaming, taking in my surroundings and thinking of potential photo opportunities. I took some photos of breakers, and then sail boats on the beach. Here I thought, as a design piece, the long shapes of the boats, all huddled together, would sit nicely with the long vertical lines of the breakers.
Internal shade fitting: UK, Europe: The shade fits the standard bayonet cap (BC) and also with Edison Screw (E27) lamp holders (remove the converter plug in the centre of the fitting). US & Canada: unless otherwise stated, washer fittings (1/2" ring) will be used, for lamps that use a harp or vertical rod system.
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Whilst walking across Whitstable's pebble beach, the tide was low, so the algae covered breakers caught my attention. I was loving the colour green against the breakers!
As I walk on, there are lots of sailing boats near to the RNLI. The boats were lined up in a parallel formation and in varying straight lines, just like waves at sea.
I thought that the long horizontal lines of the boats, along with the vertical lines of the breakers, would work well together as a design.
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