A rainy return visit to Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex.
The vast salt marshes are protected from erosion by old Thames Barges and wooden stakes (or "groynes") in the mud - adding to the bleak atmosphere.
Shoeburyness at dusk.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 mk II; 45mm f1.8; 8 seconds at f/11; ISO 200
Chiltern Hills, Hertfordshire.
Coastal erosion is rapidly changing the ancient, iconic white cliffs on Britain's Sussex coast. These pictures are from Cuckmere Haven, Birling Gap and Seven Sisters, where storms and rising tides at this wild part of the English coastline have made their mark. Homes have been demolished and the steps at Birling Gap that were expected to last over ten years when replaced in 2013, have been closed in the last few weeks for repositioning.
Out of my comfort zone - my first steps in landscape photography, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex.
Out of my comfort zone - my first steps in landscape photography, trying to capture something of the area and bleak atmosphere at Dungeness, Kent.
Long exposure at Winchelsea, Sussex.
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II
Olympus 25mm f/1.8
Lee ND filters
4 minutes at f/4