We decided instead to pay another visit to Brighton, as it was such a lovely day. My X100 came with me. I really am loving this X100 and find that I rarely use the LCD screen at all. The screen is excellent but the hybrid viewfinder is just so drop dead gorgeous sexy time, that I use it for 99% of all shots.
Brighton, I have decided is a rather lovely place. Last time it was in the rain and the better weather allowed us to explore that bit more. On the beach we tried to skim stones, while seagulls screamed their disapproval that we were throwing stones and not some sort of food.
|A bit like the London Eye but on a smaller scale.|
Cycling seems to be big in Brighton. There is a lovely cycle lane that runs right across the sea front, affording quite stunning views. Lots of cyclists were out in force. Everything from top of the range road bikes to rusty heaps that looked as it they had just been reclaimed from the sea!
|The famous pier|
|The King now advertises iced cream.|
We popped in to the Pavilion and even upon a second viewing the internal decoration had the power to leave one opened jawed.
|The Pavilion - well worth a visit.|