When I was on holiday in North Yorkshire during the half term, I met up with my very good friend, and fellow bubbler Paul McGuire for a morning shoot. He suggested that we go down to Cayton Bay near where he lives. It is a beautiful bay. I have not been able to find out much information about it, but it is very picturesque. We took some lovely shot down on the beach, and even walked along to the Gun Casements left now on the beach. What an interesting piece of history left behind. You can just make them out at the bottom of the photo here. Paul and I then hiked back up the hill to the top and as we started to head back to the car, we stopped to look back at the view across the bay. With the morning sunlight on the hills and cliffs, it looked so peaceful. What a glorious morning it was. This view comes to you thanks to Mr and Mrs Miller who were lovingly remembered by loved ones with a lovely bench overlooking this beautiful scene. I can see why they loved it so much.
This is a HDR image combining three bracketed images together using Photomatix Pro for Macs.
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark ll
28-135mm IS zoom lens
1/320, 1/640, 1/1000