Berrow Flats I, Somerset.
Site of WW2 Era Buildings, Brean Down Fort, Somerset.
Berrow Flats II, Somerset.
WW2 six inch ex-naval gun mounting, Brean Down Fort, Somerset.
Berrow Flats III, Somerset.
WW2 six inch ex-naval gun emplacement, Brean Down Fort, Somerset.
Berrow Flats IV, Somerset.
WW2 searchlight position with roof folded back on itself by wave action, Brean Down Fort, Somerset.
Berrow Flats V, Somerset.
WW2 observation bunker, Brean Down Fort, Somerset.
Berrow Flats VI, Somerset.
Unknown object, Brean Down, Somerset.
Old Church of St Nicholas, Uphill, dating from 1080, Avon.
Dash, Dash, Splat. Bleadon Level, Somerset.
Home from Home, Diamond Farm Caravan Park, Somerset.
Blown sand on Weston beach, Weston-super-Mare, Avon.
SeaQuarium, Weston-super-Mare, Avon.
Steep Holm from under SeaQuarium Pier, Weston-super-Mare, Avon.
I’m continually amazed by how many wartime structures are still there on the coastline.
Likewise. The first line of physical defence in WW2 is what General Sir Edmund Ironside referred to at the time as the ‘Coastal Crust’ which sounds more like a bakery to me!
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Berrow Flats IV, Somerset = Great Composition
thanks – glad that one hangs together for you, I had fun with this lot!
I also agree. Barrow Flats IV is fab. Love the bands of fading colours and barely being able to perceive the sea/sky interface. The two diagonal lines are also very striking.
There’s something special about Berrow: very shallow tide revealing a deep very long beach and with high vantage point of Brean Down