We decided to stay local , and take in what was on offer to us, this time it was a short drive to Bridlington.
Bridlington is a coastal port town and civil parish on the Holderness coast of the North sea, situated in the unitary authority and ceremonial county of East Riding, Yorkshire.
Arrived shortly after 10.00 am and proceeded towards the town centre, the wind was blowing at gale force 5, that’s before we got to the sea front, once we got into the harbour area we felt the breeze, locals saying it will get up to storm force 8 by the afternoon.
Had a quick cup of coffee wrapped up warm before we faced the elements, mind you the photography side had its challenge’s with that head on wind, so decided to use the Canon G7x with its built in image stabilisation which helped the situation.
Had a quick walk along the sea front, hopefully in mind to get some rough sea images, managed to get a couple and used the emptiness of the fairground as back ground interest.
Once that was done , as well as being wind swept it was time to leave Bridlington and head back towards base camp , not before popping into a couple of places on the way back.