Roker Pier, Sunderland
Steetley Pier, Hartlepool
The Bathing House, Howick
The Bathing House at Howick, Northumberland was built in the early 19th century by the 2nd Earl Grey who was the Prime Minister responsible for the passing of the Great Reform Bill of 1832 and whose monument stands at the top of Grey Street in Newcastle upon Tyne. He had 16 children and the house was built specifically for the family to go bathing.
Sunrise at the refuge hut, Holy Island
This is the refuge hut on the causeway to Holy Island, Northumberland. It`s a place of safety for stranded motorists who have been cut off by the incoming tide.
Sunrise at the Holy Island of Lindisfarne
The causeway at Holy Island, Northumberland
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne, also known simply as Holy Island, is a tidal island off the northeast coast of England. The island is only accessible at low tide as the causeway is covered at other times.
The Holy Island causeway at sunrise
Holy Island causeway, Northumberland
The sun rising over the sands & refuge tower at the Holy Island of Lindisfarne in Northumberland
Whitby, looking back from the pier
Whitby pier, North Yorkshire
With its higgledy-piggledy cottages and winding streets, Staithes has the air of a place lost in time. Once one of the largest fishing ports on the North East coast, this coastal hamlet is now a well-loved base for exploring Yorkshire's cliff top paths and discovering the delights of rock pooling and fossil hunting on the small sandy beach.
Staithes at sunrise
Sunrise at Staithes
St Mary`s lighthouse, Whitley Bay
Bamburgh lighthouse at sunrise, Northumberland
An upturned boat, Holy Island, Northumberland
Sunrise at Amble Pier, Northumberland