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The idyllic seaside town of Southwold on the Suffolk coast is famous for its colourful beach huts, characteristic pier, distinctive lighthouse and of course, Adnams beer. This panorama was shot at hourly intervals over two days, with the pier in broad daylight through to the sun setting over the lifeguard’s hut, the town in dusk and Gun Hill lit by the moon.

From a selection of nearly a thousand photographs, dozens of individual pictures were digitally stitched together followed by over seventy-two hours of careful blending and colour correction leaving barely a pixel untouched.

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