Saturday, 30 September 2017


27th September 2017, Embleton Bay, 8am

Sunrise was trying to make its presence felt beneath the overcast. There were 3 gull carcasses on the beach today and one guillemot stretching his wings at the edge of the sea. I was glad to see him fight his way back through the surf to the open sea where he belongs.

This shot is not my normal style at all. Too busy and messy, but deliberately so as it was a messy morning of wind and waves and mist and cloud. It shows how subjective a game this is that some may prefer this to my normal minimalist compositions...

29th September 2017, Newton Point, 5pm

On the way home...

29th September 2017, Alnwick, 6pm

On our way out - a lovely autumnal atmosphere

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