Well almost!. The 2nd of Jan must count as straight out as it was
pissing persistantly raining on the afternoon of the 1st. Once again I decided to capture some wave action down at Aldwick beach, unfortunately it was an incoming tide rather than the preferred outgoing one.
This particular Beetle is made from re-inforced concrete and is actually a WWII relic. The name ‘Beetle’ is the code name the allies gave to the pontoon that was part of the Mulberry Harbour used in the D-Day landings. The pontoon can be seen beached on the sand at low water on Aldwick beach. As can be seen it is now in quite poor condition.
These three rocks caught my attention, I love to watch the water swirling around and watching as they ‘disappear’ into the sea as the waves rush past.