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the seamark, st helens beach
by rod johnson
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- 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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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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