“The evening sky was awash with peach, apricot, cream: tender little ice-cream clouds in a wide orange sky.”Philip Pullman

pier on pier by Brian Roe

There have been many photographs of the West Pier taken from under the Palace pier, this was my go.
Not as simple as it looks, to be honest with you? First, the tide has to be out…! Not just out, but out-out. A happening that is not that often and only occurs to a decent enough extreme a couple of times.

Synchronicity or Luck?

If you are lucky enough to catch the tide, then you have to capture the sunset itself, again, not that easy, especially if it’s raining or overcast. But I was lucky. I’m one of those people who believe in a bit of luck, a bit of synchronicity, and some good and fortunate timing. Today was that day, and here is the shot.

pier on pier by Brian Roe-wood-framed-flat
pier on pier by Brian Roe-wood-framed

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