Various elements of the sea furniture making up the coastline at Herne Bay in Kent, stand in the constantly moving seas. These manmade objects appear to stand still, but are in fact constantly but gradually dissolving as the sea, sand and organic life passes them on each tide.
The scene brings together a number of elements which make Herne Bay an interesting coastal town. The old pier with its semi permanent arcade and the helter skelter. The groynes covered in seaweed, trying to delay the coastlines inevitable shift. The markers for coast traffic to help them navigate. The old pier some way offshore and finally right out on the horizon, a wind farm. By using a very long exposure time, the sea is smoothed out, accentuating the unnatural stillness of the man made objects.