Lost in White Water

Tide, shoreline and the sea horizon have been a long time fascination, particularly how they change due to time and weather conditions. This shoreline was in the middle of a two fold process of both revealing something routinely hidden, whilst simultaneously cloaking the water beyond the reach of the beach. The exposed rocks showed long term wear from both the movement of the sea and by the colonisation of sea creatures, creating small holes time after time to protect them from both low and high tides…creating unique sculptures moulded by both water and life, surrounded by the temporarily distant sea and the deep, white mist.

Hastings
Nikon FE2
Colour 35mm Film.