A ten-minute project

A lot of my photography is based on projects – subjects or techniques that I like to revisit over time, to make a body of work. Of course, like everyone else I take photos of things that catch my eye and may never be repeated or further developed. (A few of them are listed here.) Today, I’m sharing a project that took me about 10 minutes to snap, and not much longer to process ready for online viewing.

I was walking on Monmouth Beach in Lyme Regis this morning and noticed that glancing light falling across the face of one of the beach huts there – the one at the top of this page. As I went on, I saw interesting patterns on several others, and thus my instant mini-project was accomplished. These are the only eight images I took on my phone (my discard rate is usually very much higher than that!), and were minimally processed by straightening and cropping to a square.

Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, Dorset, South West England, England, United Kingdom