I’m moving on from posting pictures from my recent trip to Zimbabwe and back to pictures taken more local to where I live.
St Mary’s Lighthouse must be one of the most photographed locations and features in North Tyneside so it’s difficult to find an original view. Most photos tend to be taken from near to the causeway with the lighthouse filling the frame. For this shot I wondered off along the sea cliffs and climbed a small embankment for a slightly different angle. I liked the sweeping curve of the coastline and have used it to swing the eye through the image, eventually landing on the distant lighthouse.
My next post will be another, quite different, image taken from exactly the same spot.