Another place on my list of North Yorkshire locations was Saltwick Bay. This bay is bound either end by some fantastic rock pavements, leaving a softer sandy centre. At the northern end of the bay a rock outcrop called Saltwick Nab stands proud, whilst at the southern end the famous Black Nab can be found. Obviously made from harder stuff these rock outcrops provide nice 'end stops' to each end of the bay, the remaining softer rocks having been eroded by years of storms and tides.
This image shows Black Nab in the distance, illuminated by some late afternoon sun on an otherwise mixed day weather wise. When scouting for an image I liked the way the foreground rocks balanced on one another.
Camera: Nikon D3
Lens: Nikkor 16-35 f4 VR @ 22mm
Exposure: 1/8th second @ f16 @ ISO 200
Filters: Lee Neutral Density Graduated Filters & B&W Circular Polariser
Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire, England