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An unusual viewpoint and one that I've
never seen anyone else employ. The
inscription on Maggie Hambling's iconic
steel sculpture on Aldeburgh beach, says,
in a quote from Benjamin Britten's 'Peter
Grimes', "I hear those voices that will not
be drowned". But it's only visible in full
from the front of the sculpture, the
viewpoint that everybody else seems to
prefer. For many people, this sculpture is
still an ugly, controversial intrusion onto
the (virtually deserted) beach, and it is sometimes vandalised or graffiti'd. Their voices,
sadly, are heard all to often.
An unusual viewpoint and one that I've never seen anyone else employ. The inscription
on Maggie Hambling's iconic steel sculpture on Aldeburgh beach, says, in a quote from
Benjamin Britten's 'Peter Grimes', "I hear those voices that will not be drowned". But it's
only visible in full from the front of the sculpture, the viewpoint that everybody else
seems to prefer. For many people, this sculpture is still an ugly, controversial intrusion
onto the (virtually deserted) beach, and it is sometimes vandalised or graffiti'd. Their
voices, sadly, are heard all to often.
An unusual viewpoint and one that I've
never seen anyone else employ. The
inscription on Maggie Hambling's iconic
steel sculpture on Aldeburgh beach, says,
in a quote from Benjamin Britten's 'Peter
Grimes', "I hear those voices that will not
be drowned". But it's only visible in full
from the front of the sculpture, the
viewpoint that everybody else seems to
prefer. For many people, this sculpture is
still an ugly, controversial intrusion onto
the (virtually deserted) beach, and it is
sometimes vandalised or graffiti'd. Their
voices, sadly, are heard all to often.

'Scallop' in a sea mist


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An unusual viewpoint and one that I've never seen anyone else employ. The inscription on Maggie Hambling's iconic steel sculpture on Aldeburgh beach, says, in a quote from Benjamin Britten's 'Peter Grimes', "I hear those voices that will not be drowned". But it's only visible in full from the front of the sculpture, the viewpoint that everybody else seems to prefer.  For many people, this sculpture is still an ugly, controversial intrusion onto the (virtually deserted) beach, and it is sometimes vandalised or graffiti'd. Their voices, sadly, are heard all to often.
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