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For millennia the shores of this island have been vulnerable from the sea, if not from invaders then from the sea itself, a destructive force relentlessly pounding our often inadequate defences. Spurn Point, Britain’s newest island, at the mouth of the Humber estuary, is made up from boulder clay eroded from the Holderness coastline. As climate change takes it’s natural course we try, often in vain, to avoid the inevitable. Wooden groynes, constructed to reduce the drift of the silt, look tired and worn after their years of hard work, but will never be replaced. In this ever changing landscape, imagination and inspiration go hand in hand, new possibilities are uncovered with every visit...
AUTHOR: Paul Anthony Wilson (United Kingdom)
Born in the north east in 1956... still based in the north east. I wanted to take reasonable snaps of memorable moments. When I bought my first camera — back in the mid eighties — it was never my intention to become a professional photographer. A local photo agency gave me my first job...with one proviso. If I did the job well there would be more work — if I didn’t...there wouldn’t. Studio and Press work have been my main source of income ever since. Landscapes are a labour of love.
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