This is the spectacular view of the cliffs at Hunstanton. It is a curious combination of chalk and Carrstone (red), which is rich in fossils; hence the person in red, searching at the cliff face. As my modus operandi takes over, I eventually discovered the finished article, without any plan or forethought. The object leaning against the cliff is the suspension and wheel bearing of a car, that was up on a jack and about to have the brake disks replaced. The tyres were outside Swiftfit Autos on a sunny morning.
Medium: Reworked digital photograph
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