My first photo-blog for the Human Seasons is a walk from Scarborough south to Cayton Bay on Sunday 15th May. I went by foot (7.2 miles in 5hours…with a nap in between on the dunes.)
The trajectory for this trip was to walk off a week of intense project meetings and gearing my head towards a summer of PhD fieldnote&photo analysis. Treating my eyes to blue space, sunshine and the delights of graffiti-ridden concrete pillboxes.
View of Scarborough looking North
…looking South with sea walls in view
Sea plumes–the lady in the photo (with wicked blue eyes!) took my picture for me afterwards
On the Cleveland Way to Cayton Bay
The disused red brick Victorian pumping house…the 1970’s pumping house has gone since last year (can just see the blank grey rectangle behind).
WW2 pillbox #1 North Wall–great place to change into wetsuits!
WW2 pillbox #1 West Wall
Inside WW2 Bunker #1 (smells a bit like ammonia though)
WW2 pillbox #2 West Wall (and unattached roof)
WW2 pillbox #2 South Wall
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