Brighton

A small city, but rich with opportunities for the photographer. There's always something new to discover, or maybe just a different kind of light coming off of the sea one day. Brighton's got so much imagery to offer – a lot of it based around fun, and living in the moment.

A note about photographing someone else's graffiti: it always feels slightly uncomfortable to me since an artist has laboured, possibly for hours, over a piece of work and I'm just pointing a camera at it and pressing a button, in an attempt to make a good photograph. But it's also an affirmation from me: this looks great and I want to show it to others – and preserve it. For one thing is certain in Brighton: it won't be around for very long.

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Seacurve

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Peony

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Queens Park

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Sea with starlings

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East Drive

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Moon, gull and lampost

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Beach huts

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Brighton Wheel

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Big fish

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Flats

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You are not alone

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West Pier

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Evening

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Brighton Wheel

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Seafront

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Brighton Pier

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Helter-skelter

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Mural

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Brighton Wheel

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Brighton Pier

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Brighton Pier

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Brighton Wheel

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Pampas grass

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Seafront bench

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Dog

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West Pier

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St Bartholomew's

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Brighton Wheel

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Brighton Wheel

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Poppy

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Spathiphyllum

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Lily

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Graffito

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Prince Albert pub

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'Afloat'

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'Afloat'

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i360

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View from i360

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Decayed leaves

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Seafront

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Seafront

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Seafront

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Cliffs

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Pool

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Windmill

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Royal Pavilion

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Seafront

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Beach huts

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Hotel