Okay, I know this location has been done to death but as it was a 7-hour drive to get there and I got blown over several times whilst trying to clamber over the unbelievably slippery boulders, I didn't want the effort to have been wasted
It's odd how a 10-stopper can make the conditions look so calm as there was actually a howling wind and heavy rain and most of the shots I took that morning had to be binned due to blobs of water on the filter and the resulting smears as I tried (not very successfully!) to wipe them off. (If anyone has found an effective way of cleaning sea spray off filters while they're out shooting, I'd be very grateful if they'd share it with me as I just seem to spread the mess and make it worse...)
Thanks for looking
P.S. I know the horizon looks as if it's wonky, but the land slopes down to the sea and the beach is quite definitely downhill!
Tags: Landscape and travel
Landscape and travel and Dunstanburgh and Northumberland and castle and seascape
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