Photographer's Note

To end my Robin Hood’s Bay series I have a distant view of how it fits into the coastline. After exploring the streets we returned to the car up the steep narrow road out of the village, and set off in a southerly direction to Ravenscar, about 10 miles north of Scarborough. We planned about a 5mile walk along the disused railway line in the direction of Robin Hood’s Bay and then back via the cliff path. What a stunning rail journey it must have been; we were afforded views such as this one. In parts there was the sea on one side and glimpses of moors on the other. Unfortunately the heather is finished for the year. A shot I have in mind for next summer is one with the sea and the heather together.
In this shot you can see the tide is well out; it was only at the bottom of the slipway when we were there, as evidenced by my sea wall shot. See here The flat rocks you can see are called scars and are a rich source of fossils.
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