Brighton is just an hour away from London by train. It is famous for its long seaside beach where in summer you can see lots of people there doing sunbathing. On the other hand, Royal Pavilion is probably the most distinguished landmark because of its interesting Hindu architecture style. It was a royal residence built for Prince Regent during the 19th century.
Actually Brighton has a very special meaning to this blog – my hobby of travel photography actually started there. Before visiting Brighton we knew very little about photography. Then when we were planning a weekend trip there, we wanted to do something meaningful – and at the end we booked a photographer to teach us photography. Of course it did not make us a pro, but it did stimulate my interest and gave birth to the 20,000+ pictures afterwards.
This picture wasn’t taken during that course. It was taken in another trip there months later.