North Landing, Flamborough
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Location: North Landing, Flamborough, East Riding of Yorkshire
The site of the old Lifeboat Station (now moved to South Landing), North Landing is still famous for its smugglers’ caves and panoramic views north along the coast to Filey and Scarborough. Once the hub of Flamborough’s small, but active fishing industry, a few cobles (the distinctive local fishing boat) can still be seen. The secluded beach at Thornwick, on the Filey side of North Landing, is the perfect place to while away a summer’s afternoon visiting the caves and searching in the rock pools left behind at high tide.
Technical SpecificationsCanon EOS 5D MK 3, Canon 24 - 105 mm lens, 1/60 sec @ f11, ISO200, 0.3 Lee ND Grad filter
Printing and Framing Information
I personally mount and frame all my own orders. By giving them this personal attention, I can ensure that they are professionally presented in the best possible way. I use best quality materials to give a result that you will be proud to display on your own wall or give as a special gift to friends or family.
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