I’m getting around to sorting out holiday photos, I didn’t take loads this year and I haven’t sorted out anything from the ‘big’ camera. These are the photos from our walk on the Amble beach towards Hauxley.
I’m not a great photographer, I like trying to take good photos but I’m not brilliant technically, so none of these photos are amazing. What I hope they do, is show how I felt walking on that beach, which was mostly joy and uplift.
Rain coming in
I love the ‘mini-cliffs’ that you find on sandy beaches.
One of the reasons I love this part of the world is that the sky feels so much bigger than in London. I know that people refer to Holy Island as a ‘thin space’ where you are closer to God. That feels wrong to me, God is were you let him be but I think it’s easier to feel that sense of wonder when the sky seems to be everywhere.
Still one of my favourite views