Still working on reflections, but while waiting for oil paint to dry, I’ve reworked this one.
Hummersea is very close to my home on the North Yorkshire coast. At the foot of Boulby cliffs (amonst the highest cliffs in England), Hummersea is a pebble beach and its walls retain signs of its industrial past. Time and weather have carved its stones, and our propensity for anthropomorphism leads us to perceive faces, appropriately enough, in the rock face.
Faces on the cliffs
Memories of lovers lost
Looking out to sea.