Saturday, 14 February 2015

Jelly for dinner?

Foreshore mysteries for sure

January 31st, walking on Winchelsea Beach in a luminous dome, across the empty zone between earth, sea and sky, at low tide, through icy wind and sleety rain with the sun behind the veil of cloud and a skin of water on the sand reflecting the sky.

Monday, 2 February 2015

on stones

flint stone landscape

I can no longer see Dungeness from Camber Sands, due to the huge piles of rocks in the way. 

Not to mention 'Charlie Rock' , the transporter of these extra large stones. Granite offcuts from Norwegian kitchen worktops, shipped in at high tide and dropped on the beach.

They must have large kitchens in Norway.                                

charlie rock spoiling the view of Dungeness

So instead of a view of Dungeness I give you an imagined landscape.

Created on a small flint stone.