Brighton In Winter / Cereal Mag

Article Via Cereal Magazine

" The boho seaside town of Brighton, England, is most visited during the summer months, when locals and visitors alike pour into the city, keen to revel in the town’s celebrated piers and beaches, quirky shops, Regency-style architecture, and of course, its hedonistic nightlife".

"But Brighton is an all season destination. We much prefer to call on this city by the sea in autumn or winter, when the crowds disperse and the cityscapes take on a dark, atmospheric tinge. Wandering down North Laine and navigating the many squares and parks against a cool, grey sky – without throngs of red-faced tourists in bank holiday mode – makes the experience more agreeable for those of us who aren’t in favour of the stereotypically boisterous and colourful Brighton getaway".

"The wind-whipped seafront shrouded in early morning mist sets a striking, moody backdrop, and we love witnessing the wonderfully eccentric Royal Pavilion – a 19th century palace built by the Prince Regent, George IV – amidst the thick fog".

Words : Rosa Park - Photos : Helena Wood