North Landing at Flamborough Head - Yorkshire

North Landing | Flamborough Head | Yorkshire Gallery


Seascape from a stormy evening at the North Landing at Flamborough. The weather was very changeable with rain one minute and clear skies the next, I was able to pick out some of the colour in the sky in between gaps in the cloud with an exposure time of a few seconds. The north sea was relatively calm which has produced the subtle motion blur in the water. The North Landing is a sheltered bay near to the village of Flamborough and the area features the only chalk cliffs in the north of England and is most famous for the smugglers caves which can be found in the chalk cliffs.

You can see more images from this trip to Flamborough head on my blog post.
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