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Brighton photo fringe 2018

I have the great pleasure of being included as one of the exhibited photographers in Tim Andrews new exhibition called “Over Hills and Seas”, and is part of this year’s Brighton photo fringe.

The exhibition is being held at Regency Town House, 13, Brunswick Square, Hove, East Sussex BN3 1EH
The exhibition will run from Saturday 29th September to Sunday 28th October 2018 and is open from 12 noon to 6pm Thursday to Sunday only.

The exhibition supports Parkinson’s UK (Registered Charity No.258197) and any donations will be most gratefully received.

Also, I will be invigilating the exhibition on Sunday 7th and 14th October, so please do come along and say hello.
Tim has produced a brochure/zine which features all of the displayed photographs along with some accompanying text and are priced at just £5 each (cash only), available at the exhibition.

Participating photographers
 
Samin Ahmadzadeh (http://www.samin-ahmadzadeh.com/)

Joan Alexander (https://joanalexander.net)
Julia Horbaschk (https://juliahorbaschk.com/)
Brian David Stevens (http://briandavidstevens.com/)
David Wares (https://davewares.co.uk/) (me)
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A fiery start

(8 images)

Today got off to a spectacular start with this fabulous sunrise. Luckily I was out early enough to capture it and ran around like a headless chicken, taking as many shots as I could from a few different viewpoints. It was also a bonus to have one of the fishing boats being launched at the same time.

No filters used this time as I was using my smaller mirrorless camera and a mini Manfrotto tripod.

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A nose around Hastings pier

After a long period of fundraising and hard work, Hastings pier re-opened to the public earlier this week, just in time for the holiday weekend and Hastings annual Jack in the green celebrations.

We popped on there earlier today to have a nose around and of course,to do a bit of photography. Got a few candid shots I’m pleased with too.

For more info go to http://hastingspier.org.uk/ or just get yourself down there to take a look. It’s bank holiday weekend, so no excuses!

Btw, if like me you’re into good coffee, then it’s definitely worth grabbing a cup at Billycan coffee. Situated on the left and serving coffee by Union Hand roasted. Nice!

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This week

With my mind constantly focused on getting a shot each day for my ‘Images not words’ 366 project, I do sometimes come away with other pictures that I’m quite happy with too.

Being mostly random in theme, I don’t feel they’re always worth posting separately.

So you might say that this is kind of a “best of the rest” themed post. A handful of images taken around the area of Hastings and St.Leonards-on-sea.