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Spring Tide, Saltburn

A stroll along the prom. The tide is big, there’s a storm surge. Waves should be good. A course day, blowing a hooley.  Maybe a promenade is not such a good idea.



Across the country it’s a tradition for many to welcome in the first day of a new year with a quick dip into the icy cold ocean. 173 more words



“He meeteth Puck, which most men call
 Hob-goblin, and on him doth fall,”

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. W. Shakespeare

Hobthrust: a good natured goblin, who assists servant maids in their early morning work, but in a state of nudity” … 6 more words

The end of an era...

Can you class a credit card-sized piece of plastic as a friend? Interestingly, I’ve had my railcard longer than I’ve known many of my friends. Or should I say, I did have. 315 more words


Saltburn by the sea

Towards the end of October I met up with Andrew Atkinson to catch up and photograph the sunrise from Saltburn beach and shock horror I only planned on using my dslr. 240 more words


Saltburn Pier

“Forth, Tyne, Dogger: East 5 to 7, occasionally gale 8 in Forth and Dogger, veering southeast 4 or 5 later. Rough, occasionally very rough later in Forth and Dogger. 24 more words