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Brighton Summer Time Trio: Brighton Beach Panorama

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Brighton Summer Time: Brighton Beach Panorama is a series of three prints depicting the many facades of the quirky English seaside town that began life as a small fishing village called Brighthelmstone.

BST 1: The Grand Old Lady is the affectionate name locals use to describe the crumbling shell of The West Pier. Built in 1866, closed in 1975 and destroyed by fire in 2003, it remains defiant against the elements, becoming more fragile with every passing storm. No trip to Brighton is complete without a photograph of this hauntingly beautiful Victorian ruin.

BST 2: The King of Brighton acknowledges the true rulers of the town: the gulls. Try walking on the pier eating a donut and you'll see why...

BST 3: Gone Swimming reflects the ever-present lure of the sea and chips (whatever the weather), to locals and tourists alike. and as the party capital of the South Coast, clothes are optional...

These beautiful unframed prints comes in two standard frame size options: 5x4 inch and 10x8 inch (12.7x10.1cm and 25.4x20.3cm). Eye catching as single prints, but stunning as part of the BST triptych.