Photographer's Note

It has been a wonderful bank holiday in the UK, unlike the continental Europe in the UK bank holidays are allocated either on Friday or Monday or both, which is quite good giving us the long weekends so much enjoyed by the Brits, and of course, those who have adopted this country as their second home, right, that said, now I can give you the insight to this wonderful shot.

So, on this wonderful bank holiday I went with my family to the seaside town of Eastbourne, I do like it there as it tends to be more quieter than Brighton, being such a hot day everyone is out showing of their gleaming motorcycles or the Ferraris to the passers by eating their ice creams or the so called “sweet rock” which is produced locally, and so, this was a brilliant shot that I caught just by the pier, this old 1930`s Ford was coming out of a junction to let a big old 1950`s army lorry, what else would you want? I think it was a perfect capture of the old living in the present, brilliant, many thanks to all for dropping by and for your support.

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Additional Photos by Joao Paulo Rosa Salas (mcenteesalas) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 290 W: 35 N: 381] (1618)
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