On a stroll across a quieter section of beach where the tide had gone out I came across this little arrangement of rocks. They kind of reminded me of the remains of a prehistoric cairn, although this is most likely child's play. Click once to expand view, click again to get that little bit closer... Continue Reading →
This mysterious sea mist drifted in from Luccombe Bay. As soon as it appeared it disappeared. Memories of John Carpenter's 'The Fog' came to mind. It had quite an eerie quality to it. Click once to expand view, click again to get that little bit closer Isle of Wight, England, August 2018 © Pete Hillman.
Something a bit different here, I know. I have a thing about ornate chimney pots, and couldn't help but feature these here. They are from Rylstone Manor Hotel at Shanklin, but a stone's throw from Shanklin Chine and set in beautiful gardens. Rylstone Manor was originally built as a gentleman's residence in 1863 and remained... Continue Reading →
Click once to expand view, click again to get that little bit closer Shanklin Beach, Isle of Wight, England, August 2018 © Pete Hillman.
This photo was taken during a pleasant evening's walk along Keats Green at Shanklin. In the distance, across Sandown Bay, we can see the white chalk cliffs of Culver Down. We can just make out a tall edifice on its top. It is called the Yarborough Monument, erected in memory to Charles Anderson-Pelham, the 2nd... Continue Reading →
I love how the sunlight sparkles and shimmers within the rippling movement of the waters on the coast. These are abstract worlds which I would like to glimpse more often than I do, full of the richness of life and wonder. These images feature what I believe is a seaweed called Gutweed (Ulva intestinalis). Click... Continue Reading →