Seaham Moonrise

Seaham Moonrise

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Seaham Moonrise

As the sun was setting, the full moon was rising over Seaham beach, near Sunderland in the North East of England.

I felt we were fortunate. There were no clouds and the sun was almost set, however the moon had began to rise. This was truly a privilege. This a view near at the end of the Promenade running parallel to North Road.

Seaham was heavily industrialised for the coal out under the North Sea, and other industries spawned from this such as the chemical works and the blast furnaces for pig iron.

In 1993 Seaham’s Blast Beach was featured in Alien 3.

This was 30 second exposure at f22, focal length 17mm, ISO100

Thanks for calling in today 😉

artyange photography

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7 thoughts on “Seaham Moonrise

  1. Very nice shot Angie!

    1. thanks again Mary, its a pity I did not get you and Chris in a picture for keepsakes

  2. Breathtaking view. Thanks for sharing. -Max-

    1. thank you max, it was sheer luck that we were there 🙂

  3. Wonderful shot, well captured 🙂

    1. Thank you, i had a bit of technical mental melt down taking these at Seaham,the light and I ‘infinitely’ slipped up 😦

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