I decided to take my camera with me on a walk along Worthing seafront this morning as it was so nice and bright. Abit chilly though, look there’s still frost on Marine Gardens
I always have to take a picture of these beach huts! They are doing a lot of work to the prom, reinstating the cycle route, so that’s workmen stuff in the background.
Then I decided to concentrate on the buildings on the seafront. Here’s a bit of Heene Terrace:
And the Beach Hotel. They are due to do some alterations to this building, but I love the 1940s/50s style:
I think that little cottage is called the ‘Fisherman’s Cottage’, peeping through the palm tree!
Then I decided to take pictures of the seafront shelters:
And then back up Grand Avenue. This is Dolphin Lodge at the end of Grand Avenue. It was originally built as a hotel, but has always been flats.
The ‘new’ bit on the seafront end has this amazing mosaic on the side. I love the 1960s feel to it!
Here’s one of the Ilex trees of which Grand Avenue is famous for! I didn’t realise how much this one leaned over until I took this picture!