Yet even more of my Northumberland's Coast Photography!

Out of all the genres I shoot coastal and seascapes is the one that I enjoy the most. There always seems to be something different to photograph no matter what time of the day I go to the coast, day or night. Did I say night? Well twilight or early morning, yes but other times of darkness? Well, that might be an idea for future photographic shoots. Here in Northumberland we have a vast coastline stretching from Berwick upon Tweed in the north to Whitley Bay in the south. Indeed Part of the Northumberland Coast is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covering 100 miles of coastline from Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the River Coquet estuary. And so here is even more of my Northumberland's Coast Photography I have taken recently. Hope you enjoy them.

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Deserted Beach at Sugar Sands

Past Reminder

A stark reminder of Northumberlands past during world war 2. Remains of concrete anti tank blocks on Alnmouth Beach still here 70 odd years later. Thankfully never needed but a deterrent just the same. Or so it was hoped......

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Deserted Beach at Sugar Sands

Deserted Beach

A deserted beach on the south side of the estuary at Alnmouth. Not such an easy place to get to but well worth the visit.....

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From A'top The Hill

From A'top The Hill

I never tire of climbing to teh top of Church hill and gazing out over the estuary towards Alnmouth and beyond. It's such a soothing sight when things are a little hecticin life.....

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The Couple

The Couple

sculpture by Sean Henry on the breakwater at Newbiggin gazing out to sea. Loathe it or love it, it most certainly catches your eye.....

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The Rock

The Rock

Sometimes its the simplest of things that catch my eye. As this lone rock on Druridge Bay sands, did. I think it was the way the light caught it and I was lucky enough to get the gull in shot too......

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 Longstone Lighthouse

Longstone Lighthouse

Longstone Lighthouse on the Farne Islands built in 1826 and where the famous Grace Darling once lived with her father who made the heroic rescue of the Forfarshire wreck .....

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High Light

High Light

The Inner Farne lighthouse or 'high light' was first built in 1809. Designed by Daniel Alexander and built by Joseph Nelson .....

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Angry Sky

Angry Sky

Just before sunrise looking out from Amble shore across to Coquet Island and a formidable sky hanging over the island.....

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This is Newton

This is Newton

JThe view walking down to the sandy shore at Newton By The Sea with dundyanbutgh Castle on the horizon.....

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Sea Of Hope

Sea Of Hope

Poppies along the bank at Alnmouth. Pity they do not last long as they are a nice blaze of colour that gives hope and reassurance.....

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