Most mornings I get up early to have a 10 mile cycle ride before breakfast. I can’t complain about the views. Much of the ride is behind the dunes, but I get some views of the sea when I set off and at the far end of my ride. These are a few images I took right at the start, over a couple of days, just as the sun was rising.
This lighthouse, at the end of the pier in Amble, has a really ugly, reflective keep-out sign on the gate that people ignore and is horrible for photography. An early morning silhouette gets around the issue for me. People going fishing just climb over the gate and ignore it anyway.
Others get up early too.
The golden light of dawn cries out for coloured pictures, but sometimes the shapes and tones, accentuated by the low light, work well for black and white. A couple of those next time.
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