Friday, 16 March 2007

Slatic Bay comes good

At low tide dawns at Saltic Bay can be spectacular. Unfortunately it requires three things: 1) Low tide, 2) the right weather and 3) me getting out of a lovely warm bed. It's great once you get there because very few people go and you get a wonderful dawn all to yourself. The reason it's so special is that there is a large area of flat rock below the cliffs, which becomes exposed at low tide. If there's no wind it becomes a mirror reflecting a hopefully gorgeous sky.

Autumn sunset on the moors.

I came back to this one and repainted the foreground. I couldn't identify exactly why.

This one is above a road called Oakley Walls that runs from Lealholm to Danby over the moors

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