Photographer's Note

Bognor Regis reminds me a bit of a smaller Brighton. Both were popular beach areas in the Victorian times before International holidays were affordable to the masses, both have a royal connection and both have a pier. There is something a little more open or barren about Bognor Regis that somehow reminds me of the Isle of Wight in Winter.

A unique characteristic here are the divisions of the beach extending out to the sea. In at least one case, I know this indicates where jet skis and small motor boats can be used or where it is for bathers only; however, there are so many, I have to guess that this must divide private beaches or life guarded zones.

If you want to read more about this place, there's a tid bit on Wikipedia.

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Additional Photos by Dan Bachmann (danbachmann) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 274 W: 31 N: 400] (1746)
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