Posts tagged ‘beach huts’

Four beach huts, Lyme Regis

Lyme is home to several colonies of beach huts. Glorified sheds by the sea, they have a quirky charm that has inspired me to take quite a few photos over the years. These are on Monmouth Beach, and for a few weeks each spring and autumn, the setting sun strikes the front faces at just […]

Tags: , ; taken on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

Beer in black and white

The fishing village of Beer, on the East Devon Coast, provides a lot of photo opportunities – one of the few places where fishing boats are still pulled up on the shingle beach, and one can buy fresh fish off the boats. On this lovely summer morning, I spent a couple of happy hours pottering […]

Tags: , , ; taken on Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

Three Gables

Blue and yellow always look good together, and a dash of white adds to the nautical breeziness of this study of beach huts on Monmouth beach. Much more appealing in cold winter light than the sticky heat of August, when all will probably be occupied by happy families.

Tags: , ; taken on Sunday, November 16th, 2003