Robin Hood's Bay Hotel stands on a rock by the beach. The original hotel, erected on the same site, was washed away by a high tide in 1843. The present one is not likely to share the same fate, being strongly built and well buttressed by a sea-wall, but it is so close to the sea that apparently in a storm the shock of the waves causes a throb through the building!
Offering a splendid view across the bay, itís the perfect location to enjoy some lunch, as myself & Phil did when the high tide forced us back off the beach and up the adjacent slipway.
Looks a little better seen large if you have the time.
1/250 sec, F8, 15mm, ISO 100
Single Raw image processed in Adobe Camera Raw, tweaked in Elements 6, with some assistance from Topaz Adjust.
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