I’ve just uploaded/published my second book to Blurb.com.

Wooden groynes have stood for years; battered twice daily by the sea and all it throws at them. Pebbles and rope get stuck in them; limpets and mussels make them their home. On many beaches they are now being replaced by bigger sea defences or being allowed to decay.

The images in this book are of just some of the wooden groynes still standing up to the sea along the Sussex coast.