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Last weekend as I’ve already mentioned, we went to the east cost. Now before we set off I did a bit of research to the kind of photo I wanted to get whilst there. This lead me to a moderately famous shot of black nab and the shipwreck there (id first seen a Joe Cornish National Trust card of it). Now I’d seen this many times before and to be honest wasn’t keen on the human elements in the shot, but I fancied a trip down to a new beach. I researched the tide times and saved the sunset times on to my laptop and by my reckoning the tide was on its way out at sunset time on the Saturday. The plan was set, Cathy would drop me off and I’d walk back to Whitby a couple of miles away just after sunset! Well when we got there, a good hour before the time I’d researched, and walked over to the cliff head my heart sank. The bloody tide was almost full in. we just spoken to a couple of farmers to establish where the Wreck was and they had told us that the “you wont be going down there today”, I thought my research would be ok and still provide me with some hope, but I now wasn’t too sure. Anyway I reassured Cathy that I wouldn’t be clambering over rocks to gain access to the wreck (now just popping up above the swell) and this time I meant it, the cliff was VERY high and I didn’t want to get stuck down there in these conditions with no mobile signal. So she left me and went to Whitby with the kids. Now I wandered around on the cliff top looking for photo opportunities till the tide went down a bit but the sun was setting and I needed to get down. I wasn’t in a rush because the de-saturated beach was in complete shadow, but I thought the setting sun may illuminate the clouds and I might benefit from the reflections in the swell. Anyway when I got down there I took this shot. I was pleasantly surprised by the reddish brown sand and the beautiful sloping beach. I know the Black Nab isn’t very big here, but its what I had to work with. Funny I still have shot of Cornwall that I know are more impressive, but I just love this shot. I can’t put my finger on it, may be it’s the experience behind it? I do find it interesting that as more people get involved in landscape photography, then there will be fewer locations that haven’t been shot to death. I almost didn’t want to get the ‘famous shot’ of the shipwreck and in hindsight I'm truly glad that the conditions forced me to think again about what I shot. On a side note that relates to the ‘bagging’ of shot, I was in Robin Hoods Bay the next day and you couldn’t go any ware without tripping over a tripod. I counted 8 snappers. Now I’ve been there many many times over the years and never seen another serous photographer, weird. I even bumped into a fellow flickrer from Leeds (zeneth) he recognised me, must have been the screaming kids that drew his attention…. (o:
To look at out bedroom you wouldn't know we are 36 (him) and very nearly 26 (me). There's a lot of posters. It's mostly got his stuff in, but there's an alcove with a little set of shelves (which the roses are sat on) and a little section of wall where I've hung pretty things up. See notes for what they are.