The Watch House Museum (for link to website click here) is situated in Seaton Sluice, Northumberland, over-looking the North Sea.
I happened to capture this image while trying to get a decent panoramic of the 5 wind turbines out to sea, (which I completely failed to do…) however, I’m glad I didn’t if it means I got to capture this one.
I particularly like the colour of the sky in this shot; Seaton Sluice has often been very kind to me regarding colourful skies as you can see in my post – A Strange sky in the Northeast.
More shots are coming, and more stories from my travels around the North-east coast are as well, so keep your eyes open and don’t forget to subscribe to this blog.
Ciao for now