Dolphin Shine +Mirrors and Reflections
curated by +Gemma Costa +Rob Heron #MirrorMonday +#MetallicMonday
curated by +Thomas Raschbacher #MetallicMonday #ukpcphoto
(South East) :- Brighton's number one tourist attraction caught during a very low tide that just happened to coincide with sundown. The shining sands reminded me of the glistening, grey sheen that dolphins display when they jump out of the water. These super low tides only happen a couple of times a year and I have to be honest and say that I had noe idea this one was about to occur and that I caught it completely by accident and just happened to be there with the camera. The Brighton Marine Palace and Pier is 524 metres or 1,719 ft in length, opened in May 1899 and has been providing pleasure and entertainment ever since. Locally it's known as the "Palace Pier" but it was unoficially renamed the "Brighton Pier" by the Noble Organisation back in 2000.
Photography Copyright © Justin Hill