Sunday, 14 February 2016

VANE TEMPEST SEAHAM TO RYHOPE BEACH 13-02-16. RYHOPE BECOMES BEACH No. 11 OUT OF A TARGET OF 52 OF FOR THE YEAR.

AFTER THE WEATHER CALMED A LITTLE  IT WAS BACK TO THE BEACH.
ANOTHER BROKEN CRABPOT.

DRAMATIC SKY AND SEA

LOOKING NORTH.
AS THE TIDE HAD JUST TURNED AND WAS ON WAY OUT
I HEADED FOR  THE DISTANT CLIFF HEAD.

SOUTH.

AS WELL AS THE TIDES, YOU HAVE TO BE AWARE OF THE CLIFFS ; BOTH ROCK AND MUD.
THE ONE ABOVE HAD NOT LONG COLLAPSED.

MORE SEA GLASS HUNTERS.

THE HEAD ... WHAT LIES BEYOND?





BEYOND THE HEAD WAS ANOTHER BEACH, WITH THIS AT IT'S NORTH END. I WENT ROUND THIS HEAD ON TO RYHOPE BEACH, BUT ONLY FOR A SHORT WHILE; IT WAS STILL VERY  COLD.

THE VIEW BACK TO SEAHAM.

HOLE.

SMALL BEACH CLEAN.

SEAHAM SEA POTTERY AND SOME BOTTLE TOPS.

SEAHAM SEA METAL.

GLASS FINDS.

SOME NICE FINDS, THE LARGE PIECE WAS THE FIRST FIND OF THE DAY.



BEACH BUOY.

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