Images and text by Alister Benn
The late great Galen Rowell once advised us to look to the edges of environments, and there we would find many successful images.
Where the land meets the sea must be by far one of our most fertile hunting grounds.
Ever since we were children, given a bucket and spade, a long summers day and a dripping ice cream, the seaside has been a draw, filling our lives with some of our fondest memories.
As adults, I believe much of this draw has to do with nostalgia, the sense of exploration, rich air and occasionally, just a little hint of danger. Certainly, as photographers, we flock to the seashore with as much enthusiasm as we ever did, and being so popular for family vacations, a few quite hours before dawn are usually possible, even allowing for the most hectic of itineraries.Solid Air – Spain Continue Reading