Storm-hit Sidmouth: cliff fall captured and huge waves crash into seafront

A pedestrian has to move fast to avoid a soaking on The Esplanade. Picture: Eve Mathews.

A pedestrian has to move fast to avoid a soaking on The Esplanade. Picture: Eve Mathews. - Credit: Archant

Photographers brave elements to capture scenes of wild weather

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Sat

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Saturday. Picture Simon Horn LRPS - Credit: Archant

A pair of Sidmouth photographers braved the elements to capture some dramamtic images on Sidmouth seafront at the weekend.

Waves crash into Sidmouth's cliffs. Picture: Eve Mathews.

Waves crash into Sidmouth's cliffs. Picture: Eve Mathews. - Credit: Archant

Simon Horn had his camera at the ready when yet another cliff fall took place at Pennington Point on Saturday at around 5.30pm.

Picture: Eve Mathews.

Picture: Eve Mathews. - Credit: Archant

Red dust was seen rising from the landslide.

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Sat

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Saturday. Picture Simon Horn LRPS - Credit: Archant

Eve Mathews ventured onto The Esplanade to photograph it being battered by huge waves, which also pounded cliffs to the east of the town.

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Sat

Red dust is sent into the air following yet another cliff fall, this one took place at 5.30pm on Saturday. Picture Simon Horn LRPS - Credit: Archant


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