As the train roared back into Brighton station from my 9-5 job, there was nothing better than to walk through the snazzy streets of the city with its colour and smells attacking my senses to wake me up from the monotony of staring at computer screen all day. In the warm dusk glow, I would stroll around to somewhere randomly in the hope of starting up my evening before returning home. Whether it was to North Laines, the sea front, the Brighton Pier or even Kemp Town, I was pleasantly surprised constantly by the atmosphere around me that was jovial, easy going and chilled.
So I thought I would give you a perspective of Brighton through my eyes through the pictures that I have amassed in the four Spring months I had stayed there. Enjoy.
Brighton Beach where you slurp a delicious ice-cream…or make out with me. Your choosing.
Chilling with Banksy’s ‘The Kissing Policemen’ on Trafalgar Road underneath Brighton Station.
Chilling out in the gardens of the Brighton Royal Pavilion
The West Pier close to Regency Square
Skipping in the cloudy atmosphere on Brighton Beach.
Trudging alongside Brighton Beach
Was it time to move to Brighton Maybe for Ice Cream on the Pier…
The waves were swelling like my emotions…
Aids Memorial in New Steine Gardens
Peeking behind a pillar under the Brighton Promenade sea front. Don;t worry, I wasn’t following that man…
The Brighton Royal Pavilion on a rainy damp day. The green grass is such a wonder!
Staring at my feet within the pebbles on Brighton Beach.
The Trafalgar Road tunnel is all a glow underneath the Train Station.
A Haunted House ride at the end of the Brighton Pier marks a contrast to the aged planks it rests upon.
The Open Market in glitzy colours showcasing the local produce in Brighton close to The Level Square.
Seagulls casting their shadows upon the sky over Brighton Beach
The Merry Go Round stands waiting for customers at the turn of dusk.
The West Pier up close showing traces of rust on the beach.
An abandoned deckchair couple waiting for them to return on Brighton Pier. Maybe I’ll take them…
A man calls out for his prize at the races on Brighton Pier.
Sipping a pint of IPA on Brighton’s Lanes full of merry locals basking in the sun.
The traditional stick of rock on the Brighton Pier smearing your lips with speckling sugar.
Chilling out at the Old Fishing Museum on the sea front in Brighton. Who knew boats could make amazing chairs?
The rollercoaster proving a hit with the youngsters on Brighton Pier
Captain Birdeye making a rare appearance on the Donut break.
The Brighton sea front at sunset
Spelling out my initials with white rocks.
Brighton Pavilion gardens on a perfect Spring day.
The Kissing Wall – a true LGBTQ monument to Brighton.
The Town Crier announcing events in Brighton Station
The Brighton Wheel and Pier at a clear dawn atmosphere
Brighton Sea Front at Dawn
Brighton Wheel peeking out on Charles Street
My favourite picture I took of Brighton Pavilion
Observing artefacts at the Brighton Museum
A hipster girl poses in front of Brighton Pier
Graffiti Art in the North Laines
A girl waits for her friend in front of the Graffiti Art on Trafalgar Road.
I hope you enjoyed seeing the pictures as much as I did. Thanks for looking at them.
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