From this article in the Saturday Guardian 31/01/15:“‘Drowned in a sea of salt’ Blake Morrison on the literature of the east coast. Writers from Crabbe to Sebald have been drawn to the fragile beauty of the east coast of Britain – and have immortalised it in words”.
Shingle Street in SuffolkSample design
My first thought was a vertical section, bands of greys with silver and gold. So, just to be awkward, I rejected that and focussed instead on a fleeting gap in the clouds where the sun peeped through.