Sunrise over southern Staffordshire farmland.
Sea defences at Sea Palling in Norfolk consist of rock groynes built from 10-15 tonne rocks.
Mist drifts across the Suffolk Landscape at dawn.
Boats of all kinds can be seen at Pin Mill.
Derelict boats rot on the mud at Pin Mill.
Derelict boats rot on the mud at Pin Mill.
Derelict boats lie on the mud at Pin Mill.
Derelict boats lie on the mud at Pin Mill.
Jetty leading to two barge based houseboats at Pin Mill.
Thames sailing barges lie on the mud at Pin MIll as the day breaks.
A lone walker carrying an umbrella on a beach.
A small goup of people walk across an empty beach.
A small goup of people walk across an empty beach.
The crude oil tanker Aegean Power with a deadweight of 115,754 tons is brought into Seal Sands port by four tugs.
Small fishing boats in Paddys Hole on South Gare with the industrial north bank of the Tees behind.
A fishing boat on a calm sea with Dolphins fishing nearby.
Crepuscular Rays form over a tranquil North Sea.
A calm North Sea at Roker in County Durham. in County Durham.
A calm North Sea at Roker in County Durham. in County Durham.
St. Marys lighthouse at Whitley Bay.
St. Marys lighthouse at Whitley Bay.
Shapes formed in the rocks at St. Marys island neart Whitley Bay.
Shapes formed in the rocks at St. Marys island neart Whitley Bay.
St. Marys lighthouse at Whitley Bay.
St. Marys lighthouse at Whitley Bay.
Inside the room is grey and depressing; escape to the outside where there is light, the landscape, travel and freedom.
Crepuscular rays form over the marshes at Thornham, Norfolk at sunrise.
Crepuscular rays form over the marshes at Thornham, Norfolk at sunrise.
Underneath the deck of Southwold Pier.
The pier at Southwold seen from under the deck.
A long exposure underneath Southwold pier.
Cley Mill.
The pier at Southwold in Suffolk extends 190 metres (620 ft) into the North Sea.
The pier at Southwold in Suffolk extends 190 metres (620 ft) into the North Sea.
The pier at Southwold in Suffolk extends 190 metres (620 ft) into the North Sea.
A sailing boat on a long exposure picture of the sea.
Boats in Wolverstone Marina on the river Orwell in Suffolk with the Orwell bridge in the distance.
The Bawley Gladys registered LO 195 built in 1904 seen at Pin Mill in Suffolk on a misty morning.
Low tide and early morning mist at Pin Mill, Suffolk.
Low tide at Pin Mill in Suffolk as an early morning mist rolls in.
Barges lie on the mud at Pin Mill in Suffolk.
The harbour at Wells-next-the-Sea with The Albatross in the foreground.
Dawn view of the entrance to Whitby harbour.
View of Whitby from the steps between the town and the abbey.
View of Whitby from the 199 steps between the town and the abbey.
The east pier and lighthouse at Whitby on a misty and rainy day.
Dusk at Conwy Castle.
Evening at Conwy castle.
Evening at Conwy castle.
Boats in the creek at Burnham Overy Staithe.
Fishing boat on the beach at Aldeburgh.
Dawn at Southwold.
Dawn at Southwold.
Evening at Southwold.
Beach huts at Southwold.
Red Gurnard bait ready to be loaded onto a fishing boat in Newlyn harbour.
Rough seas at Newlyn harbour light.
Breaking wave on the Cornish Coast.
Levant Mine was the scene of one of the worst British mining disasters when the mechanism for taking miners up and down the shaft failed and 39 men died.
Sunset at Levant mine.
Towanroath Shaft Pumping Engine House at Wheal Coates tin mine.
Burnham-on-Sea low lighthouse is in the Bristol Channel which has the second greatest tidal range in the world at 15 metres.
Autumn leaves seem almost to catch fire in sunshine.
Autumn sunlight streams into a wood.
Autumn sunlight streams into a wood.
Sunset over Mow Creek at Brancaster Staithe as young people go for an evening dip.
Sunset over Mow Creek at Brancaster Staithe.
A calm evening at Brancaster Staithe.
A Sun-dog over Mow Creek at Brancaster Staithe.
A rainbow forms over Wells-next-the-Sea during a summer evening storm.
St. Mary's Island and lighthouse.
A rainbow at sea and two container ships at anchor.
St. Mary's Island and lighthouse.
A container ship heading up the Tees during a storm.
Path through Talacre dunes.
Talacre dunes and Point of Ayr Lighthouse.
Liverpool waterfront including the Three Graces, Liverpool Museum and The Mann Island building.
Liverpool waterfront including the Three Graces, Liverpool Museum and The Mann Island building.
Perch Rock Lighthouse at sunset.
Perch Rock Lighthouse with Liverpool docks seen behind across the Mersey.
A couple enjoying a waterside seat at sunset.
Low sun glances off sea-front buildings at Sheringham.
Boats on a shingle bank on the North Norfolk Coast as the first rays of the sun fall on them.
Sunrise at an electrical installation at Salthouse, Norfolk.
Sunrise over Cromer pier.
Walking along a beach at sunset .
Sunset at Salthouse in Norfolk.
A man and his dog at sunset at Salthouse in Norfolk.
Norfolk reed at sunset.
Fishing boats on the slipway at Sheringham.
Fishing boats at Thornham creek North Norfolk.
Fishing boats at Thornham creek North Norfolk.
A calm high tide at Thornham.
View of Thornham Stumps at high tide.
Thornham Stumps at high tide.
Sunrise and high tide coincide at Thornham creek.
Sunrise and high tide coinicide at Thornham creek.
View of Thornham creek at Sunrise.
Sunrise over the marshes on the North Norfolk coast.
A calm evening on a deserted beach.
Enjoying fish and chips on the quayside at Wells next the Sea.
View along Cromer pier to the Pavilion theatre.
Happisburgh Lighthouse at night.
Happisburgh Lighthouse on the North Norfolk coast is the only independently operated lighthouse in Great Britain.
Brancaster beach and golf club house on a winter day.
Saltburn Cliff Tramway with Huntcliff in the background.
A rainstorm moves in towards Flamborough Head at twilight.
Reflections in a pool on a Yorkshire beach.
The so-called petrified forest at Mundon, Essex.
View of Maldon, Essex with several Thames sailing barges at the quay and the remains of two more in the mud of the estuary.
View of Maldon, Essex with several Thames sailing barges at the quay and the remins of two more in the mud of the estuary.
Thames sailing barges at Maldon.
The last Thames sailing barge returns at sunset to Maldon quay.
Steam tug "Brent" with Thames sailing barges in Maldon harbour, Essex.
Steam tug "Brent" with Thames sailing barges in Maldon harbour, Essex.
Three gaff rigged Smacks racing on the river Blackwater.
Skiffs racing on the Blackwater.
Thames Barge Adieu heads down the Blackwater estuary.
Thames sailing barge Xylonite overhauls a smaller craft on the Blackwater.
Two historic Thames sailing barges racing on the river Blackwater.
Waves breaking at the harbour light at Amble, Northumberland.
Rough weather on the Northumberland coast.
Ben Nevis and Fort William from Corpach.
Snowstorm in Glen Moriston.
Eileen Donan Castle
Eileen Donan Castle
Eileen Donan Castle
Neist Point is a popular viewpoint on the most westerly point of Skye.
Neist Point is a popular viewpoint on the most westerly point of Skye.
Neist Point is a popular viewpoint on the most westerly point of Skye.
View from Gesto Bay to Ardtreck Point, Isle of Skye.
Frosted seaweed on the banks of Loch Ainort Isle of Skye.
The rocky shore of Loch Lomond,
Empty deck chairs at dawn on the beach at Beer, Devon.
Lyme Regis harbour at low tide on a stormy day.
The sun breaks through the clouds on a rough morning at The Cobb, Lyme Regis.
Durdle Door, Dorset.
Thornham stumps on the North Norfolk coast during a high tide.
Fisherman's shed at Dungeness
Fisherman's shed at Dungeness
The last survivors of what, until recently, was a much larger fishing fleet at Dungeness.
Prospect Cottage, Dungeness was owned by Derek Jarman (1942-1994) an English film director who made this famous garden on the shingle shore near Dungeness nuclear power station.
Fishermens huts and the hulks of old boats litter the beach at Dungeness.
Ealry morning view of Dungeness with its scatter of wooden buildings and telephone poles.
The Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Coastguard Cottages near Eastbourne.
The Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs, near Newhaven, by the English Channel. They form part of the South Downs in East Sussex.
The Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and Coastguard Cottages.
Commercial fishing boats leaving Shoreham harbour.
Shoreham by sea yacht basin near Brighton, West Sussex.
Early morning sunlight almost sets the woods alight.
Bamburgh castle and dunes at sunset.
A man stands alone enjoying the peace of a quiet evening on Bamburgh beach. Northumberland, UK.
The rocky Northumberland coast just after dawn.
The rocky Northumberland coast just after dawn.
The rocky Northumberland coast just after dawn.
Defensive structures from the middle ages and WW2 on the Northumberland coast.
Dawn light on the Northumberland coast with Dunstandburgh castle in the distance.
Dawn on Embleton beach in Northumberland.
Storm clouds sweep in over The Cobb at Lyme Regis.
Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland above the famous boulders in Embleton Bay.
Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland at dawn.
Lindisfarne castle at dawn
Dramatically perched on a rocky crag and accessible via a three-mile causeway at low tide only, the island castle was originally a Tudor fort which the young Edwin Lutyens converted to a private home.
Bamburgh beach must rank amongst the best beaches in Britaiin.
Bamburgh castle and dunes.
Anvil Point Lighthouse, Durlston Head, Dorset at sunrise.
A feeling of endless space and peace.
a three minute exposure in the afterglow at Beer on the 1st of October
Sunset at Budleigh Salterton. Budleigh Salterton is in the East Devon area of outstanding natural beauty.
Sunset at Budleigh Salterton in the East Devon area of outstanding natural beauty.
Just west of Beer, on the Jurassic Coast, lies the small village of Branscombe.
Seaton hole looking towards Seaton itself.
Beach huts at Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk.
Beach huts at Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk.
Mouth of the River Otter at Budleigh Salterton.
Hunstanton cliffs
Hunstanton cliffs at twilight with moon.
Boulders on Hunstanton beach at sunset.
Hunstanton cliffs showing the layers of differnt rock.
Cromer pier at sunrise.
Cromer pier at sunrise.
Sunset over Cromer pier.
Buoys on dockside, King's Lynn, Norfolk
Norfolk reed at sunrise, Salthouse, Norfolk. This reed has traditionally thatched many of the pretty English cottages. It is still used in the same way today by a small bank of skilled craftsmen.
Black-headed gull in flight
Bude beach, Cornwall.

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