"Ripples," after the effect that the sea water has upon the sand of the beach. In the near distance featured here are heavy concrete blocks that were put in position in an effort to limit the damage that high spring tides do to this narrow spit of sand and shingle that reaches out into the Humber Estuary and North Sea for nearly 3 miles from the Holderness countryside.
This particular monochrome print was printed up on Kentmere Velvet Stipple photographic paper.
Spurn point, East Yorkshire, England.
From my Coming at me in Waves Project, 1993-94.
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