Beach huts are quite a photographic cliche – every photographer tends to snap a colourful beach hut once in a while. For me, whenever I came across a possible subject, it was always a murky day. However, last week on Hayling Island as the sun was going down I spotted these. I didn’t have a tripod to steady the camera so an ISO of 800 was set to allow me to use a faster shutter speed and stop any camera shake. Not a bad image to get just as I was on my way to the chip shop for dinner.