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Yarmouth Pier

Yarmouth Pier is a Victorian pleasure pier, located in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. It is the longest wooden pier in England, and frequently requires restoration due to the relatively short lifespan of the wooden piles. Following its latest restoration scheme, it reopened to the public in 2008. Wikipedia

From recent years

A collection of photos by us over the past few years. You can get involved with Seashorepics via our Instagram family – Join the Amazing Instagram Family

Bring in the colour

A range of 8 vibrant coloured mugs all using the abstract reflection photography. Features Coffee, tea, or art? Have it all with this eye-opening ceramic mug Holds 11 oz. (325 ml) Mug diameter is 3.2″ (8.2 cm), not including handle Dishwasher-safe ceramic Wraparound design printed for you when you order *when four are purchased atContinue reading “Bring in the colour”

A mug for colour

Full of vibrant colour, range created from my abstract Reflection work. Helping to spread a bit of colour this spring. I have always been interested in the simple designs, that involve block colours, especially the work by Roy Lichtenstein. So I have created a simple mug range in a range of colours.

Morning Boats

Selsey in West Sussex is a small seaside village which has a few fishing boats, the boats go out at about 6am during the sunrise. I like trying to capture not only the sunrise but also activity. I love being by the sea, when it is just the soft general sound of the waves andContinue reading “Morning Boats”

Beach huts

Beautiful vibrant coloured little huts situated by the sea, these are usually painted in bright vibrant colour. A beach hut (also known as a beach cabin or bathing box) is a small, usually wooden and often brightly coloured, box above the high tide mark on popular bathing beaches. They are generally used as a shelter from the sun or wind, changing intoContinue reading “Beach huts”