Fishermen in Brighton turn into beachcombers and collect things that holidaymakers leave behind on the beach to make extra money. East Sussex.
No title, paperwork reads - Beachcombers.
Brighton, East Sussex.
A group of fishermen earn extra money during quiet periods by combing the beach for money and trinkets holidaymakers have left behind.
M/S of rolling sea and winds, M/S of fishermen turned beachcombers, also known as 'blacksanders', scrutinising the beach for treasures left behind by holidaymakers, they rake through the pebbles with their feet. M/S of a huge wave crashing up and people running out of the way on the promenade. The beachcombers get wet when a wave comes up the beach. M/S as camera pans across them examining their haul, C/U of a number of coins in a man's hand, C/U as one man lights a pipe. Various shots as they continue to look along the beach. M/S of the rolling sea.