The second part of my Yorkshire Tour takes me 20 miles east towards the North sea to the small seaside town of Withensea.
Withensea is a old seaside resort with a newly built promanad and famous lighthouse, unfortunately did not photograph it as it was a place I passed by on the way through to our base camp for the week.
Parked the car up and headed for a short walk to the beach towers which is the only remanance of a 19th century pier.
Being a quiet time of the month there wasn’t a lot happening so decided to take a few images of the pier towers and the rocks on the beach before heading off to the nearby café for a coffee and a bacon sandwich, mind you they cant cook bacon to my likings. Afterwards it was a 30 mile tour northwards to our base camp at Flamborough for the rest of the week.
I decided to process the images and be a bit creative in my approach, at least the option was there.