Adam McNaught-Davis captures Eastbourne Bandstand on a beautiful sunny day.
As the busiest bandstand in the UK, Eastbourne Bandstand is an iconic British feature. There is a plaque on the rear of the bandstand in memory of the Eastbourne bandsman, John Wesley Woodward, who died whilst playing on the Titanic when it sank on 15 April 1912. Pictured is the iconic bandstand, surrounded by an infinite stretch of blue.
Printed on SRA3 paper with and an inked area of approx A3. Adam McNaught-Davis' has an image approx: 275x390mm (Due to the uneven edging of this artist's image the sizes are approximates).