Christmas is over, everything is back to normal and it's pretty safe to say that everyone has the rubbish-weather-post-Christmas-blues. So, we decided to remedy this by nipping to Scarborough for some fish n chips!
It was a proper flying visit - we basically drove there, walked on the seafront, had some chips, walked down the harbour and marina, went in the arcade, walked back along the beach and drove home!
The weather was half decent for us - it wasn't too cold, but the wind made it colder. It stayed dry all day though.
It was also surprisingly busy - I guess plenty of others were clinging onto that holiday feeling!
Here are some snaps.
Gear used: Fujifilm XPro2, 35mm 1.4
We went to the seaside! In typical British fashion, we sat on the beach with our coats pulled tight and our hoods pulled up. We ate fish n chips, played slots in the arcade and lost more money in the never-ever-win teddy grabber machine. We had fun! After a couple of hours in Scarborough's South Bay we drove down to Flamborough to have a little walk along the head. The wind had picked up a bit by this point, so we bundled ourselves into the Headland Cafe for tea and cake. We also got a chance to watch the Coastguard doing a bit of helicopter training in the strong winds which was very cool to see. Seriously impressive flying! A leisurely drive home with a few little scenic stop-offs finished our day - one of which was to the lovely 14th Century church in Harpham. Here's some snaps.
Thought I'd start this little blog to let people know what we get up to. Some personal stuff thrown in the mix too.