1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN
Blacksanding. Sunday morning men gather under Brighton pier, waiting for money to be washed up with the tide. Brighton, Sussex. 1970
Brighton, Sussex. 1970
Blacksanding on a Sunday morning under the pier. William Henry Smallman (left) known as Harry by most or Sailor by closer friends, waits for coins that have tumbled out of a one armed bandit or have been casually dropped, perhaps fallen from a pocket and though the slatted wooden pier flooring to be washed up the following morning with the incoming tide.
Thanks to his son Rick Smallman Port Macquarie Australia, who writes...