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Category : Photo Walk

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp shipwreck Saltwick Bay

Admiral Von Tromp Photography, a 3am start to catch the sunrise! For those who don’t know the place and the story, this is the shipwreck of Admiral Von Tromp which lies in Saltwick Bay near Whitby, North Yorkshire. Admiral Von Tromp was a Scarborough, England based fishing trawler that ran aground on 30/09/1976. The exact circumstance of the accident remains a mystery as the boat was on completely the wrong course and a senior nautical surveyor at the inquest stated […]

Scarborough North Yorkshire Photography

After a long wet, dark and cold winter here in Yorkshire, UK, how nice it was to watch and photograph the sunrise on a mild Spring morning on and around the beach at Scarborough, England. I was out before blue hour from where the family and I were staying for the weekend, https://escape2thesands.com the harbour and beach were just a 5 minute ride away and best of all, the parking spaces near the harbour were empty and parking was free […]

Brimham Rocks Yorkshire

Photography in Brimham Rocks

A great afternoon with the camera walking amongst an amazing collection of weird and wonderful rock formations. Brimham Rocks are balancing rock formations on Brimham Moor in North Yorkshire, England. The rocks stand at a height of nearly 30 feet in an area owned by the National Trust which is part of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Geologists have dated the rocks at around 320 million years old. A large river originating in Norway, and passing through the […]

Valley of Desolation

The Valley of Desolation was so-called after the great storm of 1826 which whipped across North Yorkshire, felling trees and taking out much of the area’s plant life. However, Yorkshire’s flora and fauna are made of stern stuff and while it took a while, the natural foliage did eventually return. Read more at: yorkshirepost.co.uk This tranquil valley links the River Wharfe corridor to Barden Fell and part of one of the quieter walks, thanks to terrain and mud, from Bolton […]