The weather on Tuesday gave us a wonderful late afternoon sky on our monthly visit to the Lincolnshire coast. Today was much more overcast though it suited the rather dilapidated beach huts. Fujifilm X-T20 | Fujinon 35mm f2
Warkworth Beach in February
Totally unseasonable weather here in the UK at the moment, even here in Northumberland. A lovely walk and a picnic on the beach.
“A faded seaside town”
The seawater pool, St Monans
We had a wonderful holiday in May in the East Neuk of Fife, staying in the village of St Monans. One of the features is the old seawater bathing pool, now disused. You can read more about it in this article. The still water provided a perfect mirror for the sky. It was also a … Continue reading The seawater pool, St Monans
Beach huts – Sutton on Sea
I always love to stroll around the beach huts on the seafront, great names and vibrant colour schemes.
Bamburgh Coast and Castle
A stunning day spent at Bamburgh, exploring the coast and the castle environs. I ended up taking an enormous amount of photographs, a few of which I'm sharing in this post.
Craster Harbour, Northumberland
Craster is an old fishing village on the Northumberland coast. It still has a smokehouse producing kippers (smoke cured herrings) and it was smoking profusely on the day we visited.
“Jive On Jinxy”
A memorial bench plaque on the coast at Whitburn Coastal Park, South Tyneside, North East England.
Sea and sky, Berwick-on-Tweed