What a beautiful town we live in… (3) Photographs by Peter Norman.

The weather over Easter weekend just highlighted what a stunning location we live in and here, courtesy of Peter Norman we bring you some fantastic shots of the town in celebration of our environment.

If you have any photographs you’d like to share with Hastings In Focus readers email them to tellmeyourstory@hastingsinfocus.co.uk or send them via Facebook or Twitter, just search for Hastings In Focus.

58374720_447702692648198_4050781564655632384_o
A stunning sunrise this week from the old town… such a beautiful sight!
57579953_448996632518804_7007130978967617536_o
Just before sunrise at the harbour arm.
57538146_446638642754603_5545869348364615680_o
Just before dawn. 
57107311_444841602934307_7314862211745185792_o
The new ferries wheel caught in sharp relief against the rising sun.
57650834_448583319226802_2404729382754058240_o
A town waking up!
57597660_448583385893462_3456390290259050496_o
St Leonards, from the pier. 
56312092_439214850163649_7291510762319642624_o
Painting the pier – aspiring artists taking inspiration from what is around them. 
56536150_441402646611536_347270087524220928_o
Reflections can be such a powerful photographic device.
57059871_445915546160246_8105136198504153088_o
Caught in the mist – a romantic sight.
57021327_445490899536044_5694534341326012416_o
An interesting perspective on Warrior Square.
56664630_442993606452440_8685940292320231424_o
Even the mundane can look attractive in the Spring.
56800723_443420686409732_4263998279693369344_o
Church in the Woods.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related

Nature reserve guided walks begin again on World Shorebirds Day

I’m glad we’ve been able to share so much of our wildlife with people here and on social media since March, but it was good to be able to show people wildlife in the flesh again. Dr Barry Yates Dr Barry Yates, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Manager tells us about the first guided walk in many […]