Views of the North Sea

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.

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View of Scarborough looking North

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…looking South with sea walls in view

 

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Sea plumes–the lady in the photo (with wicked blue eyes!) took my picture for me afterwards

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Sea swell

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Sea walls

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On the Cleveland Way to Cayton Bay

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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).

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WW2 pillbox #1 North Wall–great place to change into wetsuits!

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WW2 pillbox #1 West Wall

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Inside WW2 Bunker #1 (smells a bit like ammonia though)

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WW2 pillbox #2 West Wall (and unattached roof)

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WW2 pillbox #2 South Wall

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‘4oclock’ shadow

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Back to Scarborough

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