Paddy’s Hole is a small harbour tucked away on the south bank of the River Tees. This was taken at the beginning of April 2009 and won 1st prize in a big competition run by Northumbria Water. It works because of the light, and the fact that the tide is just about right out. The blue skylight and the contrast of the harbour on the horizon work well together. I hung around waiting for this for over an hour. It was worth it.
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