Film director Danny Boyle is touring Britain to promote his Pages of the Sea documentary and 32 sites had been chosen for pictures of soldiers to be drawn in the sand to commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI.
After the service in the High Street yesterday, Hubby and I walked home, got in the car and drove to the next town to see ‘our’ picture in the making.
Sadly there was not much to see as it was too early and the site had really only just been marked out.We returned at 3.30 in the afternoon, and although there were a lot of people on the beach taking photographs, nothing was really visible of the art concerned because of the angle of view.
This is a photo Hubby took. As it turns out, people had been asked to line the beach to represent in silhouette the hundreds of soldiers in the ranks.