We had a layering of snow this week over Sussex, mainly on the higher grounds and I ventured into Ashdown Forest to capture a few photos as I was passing through anyway. Sun was out, and it really made the trees glisten. Expecting more so hopefully more images can be captured.
I took the gamble this morning in hope of filming and photographing a nice sunrise looking towards the Seven Sisters Beachy Head.
I decided to try some ultra slo-mo filming at up to 250fps of the Starlings next to the Brighton Palace Pier. The Starlings change direction in incredible speed so its interesting to see them slowed down.
It has been a couple of years since I photographed Starlings in Brighton, so I have made the effort this year (and end of 2018). The first 2 times were a little disappointing due to the light and a big cloud over the horizon appeared just as the sun set, but my recent visit the light is just how I`d hoped it would be
The Beast from the East graced us in February to give a nice layering of snow over the more higher grounds in Sussex. Heading back from a job in Southampton, I bypassed Ditchling Beacon to snap a few shots
Ditchling Beacon Snow
Looking over the Sussex Weald covered in Snow
To celebrate 150 years of the West Pier opening, the West PIer was being lit up from sunset to midnight using lighting projectors from the i360 deck. Wasn’t sure what to expect but as the darkness fell the West pier took over Brighton Beach which brought life back into the old Pier. Was great to see.