Last year (or was it the year before?) I began to turn photographs where shadows were involved upside down so that the shadow became more significant than the substance. The background provided by the closely laid bricks on the sea front combined with strong sunshine make it hard to resist repeating the exercise.
With the waves breaking in white horses a kite surfer arrives on the beach, the wind directly behind him. There are rocks to the left of him and no means of returning the way he came. One the sand he folds the giant kite, the harness and control lines, packs them up and walks dejectedly back along the sea front.
As the sun is setting a man is dancing at the edge of the sea. He holds a iPad above his head and using its video facility appears to be making a movie of a woman in a red dress posing in front of the breaking waves.
The ninth and latest story in One Fine Day has just been posted. It is called The Electricity Dragon.