I ♥ Brighton

We just spent yesterday afternoon and today in and around Brighton and we had, as usual, such a great time…

I had a Delicious Vegan Pizza – called Thom Yorke! –  on the beach last night…


Here is a better view of the pizza:


I was in heaven, there were dogs everywhere! There was even a dog lying on the table near us, looking like a king surveying his kingdom.

… Brighton also has the best Vegan Burgers ever, dogs and friendly people everywhere… music, poetry and arts in the street, with seagulls hovering all over the place : it’s such a  joyful and stimulating place, for all the senses.

I think it’s my favourite city in England – just before Bristol!

We went there on a Secret Mission, I will tell you more about it tomorrow!

Before going to bed, I wanted to share my sketches of Brighton with you – I made them last night and today… It’s #WorldWatercolorMonth after all, so I will keep on bothering you with my sketches – it’s such a great way for me to make progress.

Thank you so much for your patience! :)

The Old Pier at sunset last night, with a bit of seaweed that Boy gave me to add onto it…

Volk’s Electric Railway

A view of the beach in Saltdean, a coastal village located on the chalk cliffs, on the way to Newhaven. The ferry coming straight back from Dieppe, in France graced me of its sight while I was painting – Yes, it does look a bit like a car driving on water here, but to be fair it does have a funny shape…

These three sketches summarise very well the last 24hours.

Have a good night/day!




Author: FocalHeart

My name is Noémie, I run animal communication workshops to help people enhance their relationship with animals and the natural world. My work is about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.

14 thoughts on “I ♥ Brighton”

      1. Do you know I actually haven’t listened to it (I blame having children. The only music I listen to these days is the Singing Kettle…). But I’ll definitely check it out. I am a huge fan of their earlier stuff up to In Rainbows (well Kid A was a bit hit and miss). I saw them years ago in Manchester and it was one of the best gigs I’ve ever been to. They played loads from The Bends and OK Computer – I was in heaven!! :)

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