A little something from the bygone era on a freezing and dreary dark winters day are the remains of the Iconic west pier. A Sad neglected, rejected beautiful piece of architecture buffeting in the waves. Built in 1866 and left to decay since 1975 a relic has been born, hungry for the photographer to leave history from history. I adore it. To take something that to some may be a wreck and love it is rebirth in my eyes. I am a photographer and see beauty in everything. If you love photography and have not photographed Brighton's West Pier yet, then Hurry for soon it will be gone. When you have done that go to the Pavilion and capture the array of turrets and beauty there… but one thing, make sure you go on a miserable day!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.