I’m very passionate about photography, I’m not necessarily very good at it but I do appreciate a great image when I see one. This one of Broadstairs caught my eye because of the beautiful colours. It was sent through from Visit Kent who have a wonderful display of images going up around London over the summer to invite Londoners to come to Thanet.
In my early blogging days I took part in a photography weekly post called Silent Sunday. The idea was that the images showcased should be so beautiful that they spoke for themselves, no words needed. Of course I was very much a beginner back then but taking part has opened my eyes and I have learnt a lot about photography along the way, I’m still no pro but I have certainly upped my game.
I was never keen on not writing anything alongside though, as often my chosen pictures were of a place or an event I wanted to talk about. Or the image inspired words that I wanted to share. On each visit to Thanet I take lots and lots of photos, mainly on my phone and many of them never get used, so I have decided to use Sundays throughout the year as the perfect way to display some of my favourites.
I have already told you a little about my Broadstairs visit and I found another image when the blue sky peeped through the cloud that was making my images that day so dull. This gives a great perspective of how long Stone Bay is and I can’t wait to go back and see all those pretty painted beach huts lined along the cliff.