Photographer's Note

This is what passes for sand at Southend on Sea.
Southend (or Sarf end to cockneys) became famous as a day trip venue after the extension of the railway out of London in the mid 19th Century.
Also the sea isn't the sea it's the Thames estuary.
This shot was taken under the pier (which I think is the longest in Europe if not the world).
Today it maintains it's somewhat down at heel attraction.
Tech: Channels conversion R50G0B50, cropped, sharpened and added frame.

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Additional Photos by Richard Birkett (merpb) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 404 W: 95 N: 343] (2001)
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