East Sussex was on the very fringe of Hurricane Ophelia, but the storm sucked up red and yellow sand and dust as she passed by North Africa - this was thrown into the air for many thousands of miles - clouds laden with dust on the edges of the storm turned the landscape sepia. At Camber the monochromatic effect was even more apparent as the sand in the sky and on the beach merged on the horizon, giving the view an other worldly appearance.

Further images from documentations of beaches in England, America and India.

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