I was aiming for an abstract but didn’t quite pull it off here - my habit of telling the story is too deeply ingrained. This was taken at Beadnell Harbour, Northumberland, in the North of England. It’s the only west facing harbour on the east coast which takes a look at a map to work out. The boat is of a type called a Coble, a traditional lobster and mackerel fishing boat. Most of the seafood from around here is transported straight to Spain.
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