Submitted by James Carter(19th February 2009)
This shot was taken in a dash to get to the beach before the sunset disappeared. I left my wife in the car and dashed down to the beach from the carpark with my camera and tripod. To my amazement there were about a dozen others with cameras and tripods all set-up to capture this moment! I had to jostle between them to get my tripod set-up also, and hoped I got the shot. This was a film camera so I could not see the result, as you can now with digital instantly! Bit too easy now!! However I still think if I ever get to Bamburgh again I could take a much better shot?
Comment by Krissy(19th February 2009)
It was well worth the effort!! Beautiful shot James!!
Comment by Nela(19th February 2009)
Amazing shot indeed James!
Comment by Barbara Shoemaker(19th February 2009)
It's gorgeous as is, James!
Comment by Pete Rowley(23rd February 2009)
Comment by lancashirelove(4th March 2009)
great shot and worth the effort. Past photography was always a bit of a hit and miss affair. new digital photography allows you to see the result right away and retake before the subject dissapears, thus allowing anyone interested to get involved, not a bad thing I say.
Comment by DEBBIE ADAMS(17th March 2009)
This is a beautiful picture James you do wonderful work!!
Comment by urmimala singh(20th October 2009)
Its just amazing!
Wow, love this pic!
Stunning, James. My husband and I are definitely going up to see Bamburgh castle after seeing photos like this and knowing how well-restored and preserved Bamburgh is. Lucky Armstrong family who get to live in a fairytale dream like Bamburgh.
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