Time and Tide
Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland’s most iconic buildings. The castle as seen today is a relatively recent structure dating back no further than late Victorian times. Even so, the impressive fortress is a magnet to photographers.
This photograph was taken very early on a cold October morning when the sun was already above the horizon with golden tones filtering through the cloud cover.
I wanted to capture the feeling of the advancing waves washing slowly up the beach towards the castle - which I certainly did when, caught unaware, the approaching North Sea suddenly washed into my boots! Time and tide……..
Camera: Fuji S3Pro Lens: Sigma 15-30mm 1/45 sec, f/7, ISO 100