My grand daughter heading for the sea. Since she was tiny she has been very single minded about the direction she wants to go in when we reach the beach.
rushing along the beach there is always time for a cartwheel
Landing crabs at Flamborough. I was tempted to focus on the fishermen but as with all the popular venues on the north east coast it is almost impossible to carry out a traditional craft without a curious tourist standing right where the workers need to be.
For a Frank Meadow Sutcliffe photograph. I tried to make the men and boat even more vulnerable facing the elements than he had done.
A subject that I visit often this beautiful old wooden boat was once the belle of the ball but now I feel that I am documenting its demise.
The slipway at Seahouses. Boats are often left here between high tides in order to repair them. A chance for artists to see what the whole vessel looks like.
Stolen from an exhibition in St Helens A subject I keep returning to. This traditional wooden boat can be seen at Paddy's Hole - Redcar
Low Tide allows a closer look at the moored boats but take your wellies.
An evening working party trying to fix 'Good Fellowship' before the next high tide at Seahouse s Harbour
Teatime and the rush is on to fix the Glad Tidings boat on the slipway before the next high tide and the next day's trippers arrive.