The last instalment from our seaside adventure 3 weeks ago, which seems like a lifetime ago, especially now as we look like we’re about to go into another national lockdown.
Beach huts, is this just an English seaside thing? As I’ve never known of these in Scotland, least not on the east coast.
Even on a dull wet day the brightly painted huts added a cheerful splash of colour. I’m sure photos of brightly painted beach huts such as these have been photographed time & time again (and much better shots than the few that I have captured). Had the weather been better I may have stuck around longer to take some more artistic shots. I have since seen an amazing black & white shot of some beach huts similar to these by photographer Sean Mills which has inspired me for the next time I have the opportunity to photograph seaside beach huts.
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These are beautiful! The overcast sky and clouds accentuate the bright, bold colors!
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Thank you, as much as the day I took these photos was wet & cold. The overcast skies help make the colours of huts stand out.
I love photographing beach huts! I was in Whitstable and Broadstairs recently and plan to share some photos soon. Yours a lovely and bright 🙂