Flamborough Head Pt-1

By | 4th October 2018

Decided to split this blog into two parts, as there were two different sites within that area to cover.
Flamborough head is 8 miles long on the east Coast of Yorkshire between Filey and Bridlington bays of the North Sea It has a chalk headland, with sheer white cliffs.
It has two  standing Lighthouse towers, one dated back to 1806.
As this was very close to base camp we decided to take in a bit of lunch before we explored the area, must admit the weather took a turn for the worse with wind gusting up to  60 mph, so had to be careful we did not get to close to the edge.
Again the camera of the day was the Canon G7x which is useful in those windy conditions, came back with some nice images considering the change in the weather conditions.
I found the lighthouse great as a monochrome subject, it blends well in those conditions, I must admit those threatening Yorkshire clouds helped.
Once the photography was done we had a look around the gift shop before we were blown back to the car to head of just down the road to our final destination of the day which was about 2 miles away.