Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

We were so excited to be visiting friends on the North Yorkshire coast and to have the opportunity to photograph some of the amazing features and scenery around their home area.

Sadly, the weather was not so excited and, for the most part, refused to put in a glimmer of sunshine.

Still, we were not disheartened and determined to photograph the features no matter what the light was like!

This is the well known pier at Saltburn. It is usually photographed from the other end, looking out to sea, but I rather liked the long view into the land, with a view of the water lift going up the steep cliff, from the beach to the town.

The pier was opened in 1869 and at that time, work was begun on the lift to ease access to the pier.

I love these bits of Victorian architecture and mechanics, still serving their purpose after so many years!

Have a lovely day,
Bev :-)

snunney, jhm, besnard, ikeharel, holmertz, cornejo, boa, PiotrF, danos, ChrisJ, PaulVDV has marked this note useful

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9486 W: 373 N: 21969] (86328)
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