The yacht was off Hastings Beach during the Red Arrow performance. The sea was calm enough for the yacht to be reflected, which upon seeing it, I realised that I’ve not often seen. (Click to enlarge)
When we arrived at the beach the weather was sunny but windy. Looking east towards Rye and beyond it was clear that they were getting a good soaking, but there seemed little danger of it moving my way. An hour or so later that changed. I’ve never seen such dark clouds. The front moved slowly but surely our way, so we moved slowly but surely back towards the car. (Click to enlarge)
This photo was taken when travelling on the ferry from the Isle of Wight to Portsmouth. The Type 45 Destroyer cruised very slowly into the Solent, and never got close enough for me to pick out much detail even at full zoom. As such I couldn’t make out the number on the side to tell me the name of the ship.
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It was a bit windy the other day, so I went to the beach to take some pictures. As usual there were lots of gulls hanging around the fishing boats. This one was wearing an expression of mild concern, either about the weather or me creeping up on it.