Throwback Friday #111 Groyne, Whitstable (2013)

It’s been a very hot and sunny week in this small coastal town, with no sign of the north-easterly breeze that more usually cuts through the rising temperature. This image from some similar sunny day back in 2013 was taken by squinting into the sun, with the light managing to make the shingle look like piled coins from Smaug’s lair.

One thought on “Throwback Friday #111 Groyne, Whitstable (2013)

  1. ‘Groyne’ captures that which Benjamin Britten expressed within his four Sea Interludes for his opera Peter Grimes. There is man’s struggle to live alongside the sea, the characteristics of the sea, and the light of day and human emotion. Love such poetry.

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