On Saturday the 19th March we experienced the moon at its closest point to the planet in 18 years, otherwise known as a supermoon.
The distance between the Earth and the moon during the event meant the moon was over 7.5 diameters closer to Earth than average.
This had a huge impact on tides, all full moons bring higher-than-usual tides, and the supermoon brought the highest and lowest tides of all.
Here in Brighton I got to experience a sandy beach for the first time. As the tide was so low, I could walk out almost to end of the West Pier with my dog and only get slightly wet feet.
I hope you enjoy the pictures of the fabulous sunset as well as the low tides. The forth picture down is inspiration for the colour palatte being used for a current client – more to follow on this I’m sure.
My gorgeous dog asking for whelks