It was a cold and sunny Sunday here in Sussex yesterday so I went to the small seaside town of Seaford – a short journey from my hometown of Lewes. There was just enough of a tide to add an edge of excitement and just enough sunshine to make enduring the winter almost worthwhile. It was inspiring to see people of all ages out mesmerised by maritime beauty and if I was observing them, then I was being watched too by various inquisitive birds – gulls and crows.
Seaford seemed quintessentially English yesterday with folk out in the freezing cold having fun and forming queues for icecream and reviving cups of tea. I took some photographs in an attempt to capture the atmosphere.