Monday, July 10, 2017
Normans Bay, East Sussex, oddly has nothing to do with where the Normans landed during their invasion of England in 1066. Although the actual spot is still disputed by historians it is clear that it wasn't here as the location was underwater at the time.
It is, however, a peaceful and remote spot that can be tricky to find, since everywhere you go is signposted 'Private This', or 'Private That'. Whether or not that is the case it is probably enough to discourage all but the most determined casual visitor.
24-70mm f/2.8 AF-S Nikkor.
Top: The beach. 1/2000 second at f/3.2. Matrix metering. - 0.67 EV compensation. Polarising filter. ISO 320
Below: Martell Tower detail. 1/400 second at f/5.6. Matrix metering. - 0.67 EV compensation. Polarising filter. ISO 250