Location: Dunstanburgh

Dunstanburgh in Northumberland is a location that needs no introduction for UK landscape photographers … so I’m not going to give one. All of the images below were taken near, or on, a rock feature called Greymare Rock, shown on the Google Map embedded below. The rock is at it’s most photogenic when it’s half-covered in water – about two hours below full tide. As usual with rocks, working when the tide is going out is much, much safer than working on an incoming tide – particularly since the surrounding “canonball” rocks are notoriously slippy and could break an ankle.

Canon T90 and Fuji Velvia 50
Canon T90 and Fuji Velvia 50

An image so old it was taken on a digital camera – Leica Digilux 2, ISO100, 8s exposure

RZ67 and Kodak TMax 100 film
RZ67 and Kodak TMax 100 film
RZ67 and Kodak TMax 100 film, made to look old with the trial version of some bit of software I don't have anymore and can't remember the name of
RZ67 and Kodak TMax 100 film, made to look old with the trial version of some bit of software I don’t have anymore and can’t remember the name of


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