Driving up the coast of Northumberland in the north east of England I was expecting light houses and the occasional pier but I hadn’t expected to come across such a brightly coloured row of beach huts. It seemed a little odd that their doors were facing in land rather than out to the beach and sea. You can see the north sea in the background on the edges of the photograph.
The tiny St Mary’s Island is just north of Whitley Bay on the North East coast of England. Sadly I didn’t get the time to walk across to the island, but at least I was able to Continue reading “St. Mary’s Lighthouse”
Taken at Alnmouth harbour in Northumberland on the north east coast of England this very old boat had it seems been left out in the sun for a few too many years. This is the hull and Continue reading “Blue Peeling Paint Texture”
Not having been to Newbiggin-by-the-sea, I didn’t know what to expect when I saw it on the map. Sadly I hadn’t planned many locations further north than Whitley Bay, but stood looking North from Blyth I could see this very familiar looking church. It is Continue reading “St Bartholomew’s Church Newbiggin”
The south beach at Blyth is a good example of what Northumberland has to offer with it’s long stretch of sandy beach. Here I focused on three of the twenty or so colourful beach huts. They are not the only
Continue reading “Red Blue and Green Beach Huts”