Skegness is one of the busiest beaches alongside the East coast so to see an isolated Skegness was quite a pleasure to be fair, to be able to walk around and not be rubbing shoulders with everyone and anyone. It was also weird to not hear the hustle and bustle of rids and arcades.
I hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I do. The skies were dramatic which helped create some beautiful dynamic shots.
I’m not sure what I think of the image displayed above. I thought it was interesting and I had to snap it. There was a reason I was drawn to it clearly. I’ve had feedback from people saying that it made them feel sad, which is a accurate description of how the atmosphere really felt, not having all the attractions and amusements in full swing.
These rocks were particularly interesting to me. I was really drawn to them but struggled to think of how I could photograph them in a way that made them interesting or in a way that told a story. It wasn’t until I spotted the parent and child in the background that I got my story.
These photographs were taken with a Canon 6D and iPhone 12 pro max and edited using Adobe Lightroom.