If photography has taught me one thing it’s that there is never an absence of beauty. You find it in the places you least expect it. Even in the stalest of concrete environments you can find interesting textures that catch the light and shadows in new and interesting ways. Even in the dead of Winter there are new places to explore and beauty to be found. I’ve seen photos of this place before and it’s always intrigued me. It’s a relic of war – the white pyramids were built as ‘tank stoppers’ during World War II, and now make a mean place for a game of Hide and Seek. It sits in the middle of an unpopulated industrial area and below lies a cliff where the waves violently beat the rock, just next to which is the calmest and most peaceful of rockpools. In thirty minutes we explored all of it’s corners and there really was beauty to be found in all of them.