Seasalter is a curious place, stuck as it is between Whitstable and Faversham & the Swale. Aside from the abundant caravans there are some interesting little buildings both new and old.
This image was done on our way back to the car after a fantastic walk on the beach. It stopped raining just long enough for the sun to break through and for me to dry off my camera, before the drizzle started again.
For those who didn’t get one of my 2013 calendars, this is the image for January – CZWG’s Canada Water Library…
The Christmas & New Year break also provided a perfect opportunity to do more work on the London Panoramas series. The last time I worked in this was about 8 months ago so I visited a very busy Trafalgar Square on Boxing Day and a very quiet River Thames on New Years day.
The QE2 Bridge was completed in 1991 to a design by the German Engineer Helmutt Homberg. It was to be his last project and he died a year before the bridge opened. The structure was built by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company (Part of the Trafalgar House Group) and with it’s main deck span of 450m it was, at the time of it’s completion Europe’s largest cable supported bridge, now superceded by the Second Severn Crossing amongst others.
Partially submerged trees in the Stour over Christmas