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SERIES : By The Sea
TITLE : South Gare No 6-4 Frame #31
GENRE: Black & White Art Prints
DATE: 07/08/2022
LOCATION : Redcar, Redcar & Cleveland England
PHOTOGRAPHER : Paul E Williams

South Gare No 6-4 is a reportage photo art print by Photographer Paul E Williams. The South Gare at the mouth of the River Tees was constructed from January 1861 to 1884 using 5 million tonnes of blast furnace slag and 18,000 tons of cement at a total cost of £219,393. A fishermans harbour protected form the Noth Sea by the Gare is still in use today by fishing boats.

“ I grew up in the heart of England as far as you can get from the sea in any direction. Therefore the sea has always been something I still get excited about seeing along with the billions that flock to its beaches each year to holiday. In our high tech age the seaside still holds a magical power over everyone. No virtual seaside experience has replaced it yet. The seaside is a great leveller and adults revert to their childhood and along with the kids allow themselves to do things like make sand castles or splash around in the sea. Nudity and semi nudity is the norm as everyone absorbs the sun rays and turn them cooked lobster red. Good taste goes out of the window and kitsch fills seaside gift shops with kitsch objects you only see at the seaside. By The Sea pays homage to the sunbathers but also explores the seaside out of season. I hope you enjoy.” Paul E Williams

Photo art prints and cards of “By The Sea” photo series by photographer Paul E Williams can be bought on line for worldwide delivery.
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By The Sea - South Gare Redcar No6- People Reportage Photos by Photographer Paul E Williams
SERIES : By The Sea<br />
TITLE : South Gare No 6-4 Frame #31<br />
GENRE: Black & White  Art Prints<br />
DATE: 07/08/2022<br />
LOCATION : Redcar, Redcar & Cleveland England<br />
PHOTOGRAPHER : Paul E Williams<br />
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South Gare No 6-4 is a reportage photo art print by Photographer Paul E Williams. The South Gare at the mouth of the River Tees was constructed from January 1861 to 1884 using 5 million tonnes of blast furnace slag and 18,000 tons of cement  at a total cost of £219,393. A fishermans harbour protected form the Noth Sea by the Gare is still in use today by fishing boats. <br />
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“ I grew up in the heart of England as far as you can get from the sea in any direction. Therefore the sea has always been something I still get excited about seeing along with the billions that flock to its beaches each year to holiday. In our high tech age the seaside still holds a magical power over everyone. No virtual seaside experience has replaced it yet. The seaside is a great leveller and adults revert to their childhood and along with the kids allow themselves to do things like make sand castles or splash around in the sea. Nudity and semi nudity is the norm as everyone absorbs the sun rays and turn them cooked lobster red. Good taste goes out of the window and kitsch fills seaside gift shops with kitsch objects you only see at the seaside. By The Sea pays homage to the sunbathers but also explores the seaside out of season. I hope you enjoy.” Paul E Williams<br />
<br />
Photo art prints and cards of “By The Sea” photo series by photographer Paul E Williams  can be bought on line for worldwide delivery.