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Part 1 HERE.  Part 2 HERE.

After walking through the meadows we got to the coastal side of the reserve, and the mouth of the river Tees

of course there were doggies



came across a washed up crab whilst looking for sea glass

and we wandered up to the pier to take some shots of the sea which was a beautiful blue and green

After, we walked back to the car, and went off to see the seals at the appropriately named Seal Sands, and they’ll be the next post so

stay tooned!

19 comments on “Teeside Nature Reserve~2017~part 3

  1. beetleypete says:

    Great deserted beaches, the wonder of living in the East. And great shots too, FR.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Sue says:

      I would agree, Pete!

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    2. Thanks Pete 🙂


  2. Awesome shots, Fraggle, as usual.

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  3. Looks like a great day – did you find any sea glass?

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    1. Yes, and some nice shells 🙂

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      1. Very cool! I’ve only found sea glass once, when we were in Hawaii and went to a beach called “Sea Glass Beach,” where it was sort of difficult not to find it. It turns out, finding sea glass is difficult when you live in the middle of a large continent!

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  4. joshi daniel says:

    beautiful and loved those clouds 🙂

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  5. Matt says:

    Hey, that’s weird. My work computer isn’t letting me see your pictures. That’s never happened before.

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    1. Very strange, are you going through the reader? If so hit the ‘visit’ button don’t go in through the title that might work.


  6. Dina says:

    Very good photography!!

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    1. Ah thank you, 😊


  7. steviegill says:

    That wind farm looks familiar! I remember coming here for a biology field trip when I was at college many years ago, especially as it was cold and wet!

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    1. Which is most of the time these days!


  8. These pictures were amazing ma’am! I really love the beach view! Makes me want to go to the beach with the latest best seller and enjoy the sound of the waves!!! You are so talented!📸💖🤗


    1. Now I’m blushing! xx


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