Embleton Bay ~ April 2019

Sophie and I are both members of English Heritage and the National Trust (saves a heap of money as we visit so many of their places) and so we receive emails from both advising us of events and so forth. Consequently we were quite excited to get an email from NT exhorting us to visit Embleton Bay and see the bluebells that festoon the dunes there. Wow, we thought, bluebells next to the sea, how cool, lets go! So off we went on a sunny spring day to shoot the flowers. To get to the bay you drive past the…

Teeside Nature Reserve~2017~part 3

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!

Day 59~366

Phil and I went for a little stroll down on the coast by Souter lighthouse, sun was shining but low in the sky as it was late afternoon, and I got a few shots. The two little shadows on the rock coming  up are us 🙂 This one is my shot for today someone left flowers on a picnic table near the car park. Tomorrow is my last day of B&W, and I’m over in Cumbria for work, so hopeful to get some shots of mountains!

The sunday Fraggle report 11/1/15

Christmas and New Year are well gone now, decorations are down and back to full on at work. The weather has been pretty meh so Monday- Wednesday were not inspiring for photo’s, but Thursday perked up with a clear blue sky and the sun out. It was cold though so I wrapped up warm and went for a walk on Littlehaven Beach at South Shields. This was my first chance to use the new polaroid outdoors, but like a twit I forgot to take a new film with me and only had 2 left in the camera. I did have…