Just as we’re getting to the end of the festive holidays I am finally beginning to feel, rested and re-mojo’d. And, exhale. Luckily I still have a couple of days off work.
I hope you managed to chill-out and/or party hard. Did you get anything nice? I may just have to photograph some of my xmas stash as I was lucky enough to get some super gifts.
So, today it felt appropriate as it’s the very last day of the year to visit a place near by that has a feeling of the end of the world – in a physical sense that is, being that it’s a ‘spit’ and shadowed by a huge power station (plus there’s a Tudor fortress and WWII aircraft hangars – it’s all very atmospheric).
The sea air was definitely called for to blow away the cobwebs (and fingers-crossed, a bit of Quality-Street-induced blubber) – plus there are LOTS of beach huts there, and let’s face it – I am a tiny bit addicted to a beach hut or two.
All photos taken with my Canon 5D MkII and 50mm f/1.4 USM lens