There always seems to be a dinstictive look to houses in seaside towns. Not so much the style – which can vary – but a general air about them. A lot of them have rendered walls, such as the ones in the picture today (perhaps this gives greater protection against the sea air?) and you can often see little stains of rust where metal objects on the walls have been corroded by the salt and stained the walls below them, although not the case here. But even where walls are not rendered, there still seems to be something about the dwellings that instantly says “seaside town”.
Olympus 35 RC & Kodak Gold 200. Lab developed. Home scanned and converted with Negative Lab Pro.
Taken on 20 June 2022