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the seamark, st helens beach , by rod johnson
Tags: uk, england, isle of wight, st helens, seamark, ancient building, church tower, seaside, beach, unusual, sea wall, nautical
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the seamark, st helens beach

by rod johnson
Artist Notes
St Helens church ceased to be used in 1703. The church tower, dating from 1220, was later bricked up and turned into a Seamark. Set on the corner of St Helens beach, Isle of Wight, England, the Seamark was built as a navigational aid for ships.
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Artist rod johnson

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staffordshire, united kingdom
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All content © Copyright 2000 - 2016  Rod Johnson - All rights reserved Hello, I'm a self-taught fine art photographer based in Staffordshire, United Kingdom. I've been capturing photographic images for over 50 years, using a wide range of equipment from the most basic manual camera to the lates ...
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