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Along the Sussex Coast Paperback – 22 Jun 2006
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This book is a unique photographic record of a journey along the beautiful and often dramatic Sussex coastline. Ray Hollands begins at Chichester in the west, passing along the way, Selsey Bill, Bognor, Littlehampton, Worthing and Shoreham, before reaching the bustling settlements of Brighton and Hove. He continues to follow the coastline to the more sedate Eastbourne, spectacular Beachy Head and the resorts of Hastings and Bexhill, before ending his journey at Rye and Winchelsea. The county's rich variety of town- and landscape, its ancient fortifications and modern harbours are all featured, but it is above all the unusual, the hidden and the bizarre that this book reveals: the images presented here record both precise moments in time and place and yet suggest timeless, almost sculptural qualities. Whether the scene be dramatic or everyday, whether the site be well known or unfrequented, Along the Sussex Coast offers a new perspective that will continuously surprise and delight both those familiar with the county and the tourist or traveller just passing through. These are images to treasure, to look at and cherish time and time again.
About the Author
Ray Hollands is a professional photographer, who lives in Folkestone. His first book for Sutton Publishing, Along the Kent Coast, was published in July 2003.
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