A Strange sky in the Northeast

A lone tree in silhouette

I'm sure you all saw, or at least heard, about the strange sky over the Northeast of England yesterday (October 16th if you're reading this in the future...). To say it was ominous was a complete understatement! I actually missed most of it as I was in the studio doing post production and attempting to … Continue reading A Strange sky in the Northeast

Beadnell revisited

A lone tree in silhouette

If you read my last post - Is there life on Mars? you'll note that I'd spent my birthday in Beadnell, Northumberland. While telling you about my Mars-like landscape shot of Ebb's Nook (see here) I completely forgot to include a shot I took of Beadnell Point. Beadnell Point I tried out a few new … Continue reading Beadnell revisited

Cresswell Rocks in Mono

New Content! I haven't added an image to the Minimalism gallery on my website for a while now, so it pleases me to show you my latest addition, taken at Cresswell Bay in Northumberland. https://marcbatesphotography.smugmug.com/Minimalism-fine-art-northeast/i-bFJBCtx/A Cresswell rocks in mono I nearly didn't use this image; I took it a couple of months ago and almost … Continue reading Cresswell Rocks in Mono

Rising from the Mist

https://marcbatesphotography.smugmug.com/Minimalism-fine-art-northeast/i-D78PzD7/A Rising from the Mist A new addition to the Minimalism Gallery on my site, this image was shot at Chemical Beach, Seaham in County Durham. For you Tog geeks out there, the settings I used were: 13mm, ISO 100, f11, 13 seconds, and used a 10 stop ND filter. Available to buy now at … Continue reading Rising from the Mist

Playing in Charlie’s Garden

https://marcbatesphotography.smugmug.com/NorthEastLandscapes-fine-art/i-F2cBtLJ/A Charlie's Garden Morning all. This image was taken at Collywell Bay in Seaton Sluice, Northumberland. It shows the sandstone sea-stack known locally as "Charlie's Garden" which, at the time of shooting, was seperated from the coast by the tide. It's a great place to shoot a sunrise or even a sunset (although the coast … Continue reading Playing in Charlie’s Garden