My Photo Scavenger Hunt photos have a rather Nautical theme this month. We spent a week in Whitby on the Yorkshire Coast and visited other coastal towns and villages in the area. So my pictures are all from my holiday. Enjoy!
A Stranger. I am no longer a stranger to Scarborough’s North Shore. Look at the brightly coloured Beach Huts.
Looking Down. A walk along the beach at Robin Hood’s Bay where we came across this poor dead crab. Quite a big one too.
Popular Culture. Whitby is famous for its connections with everyone’s favourite toothy Count, Draculaaaah. I didn’t get chance to go in and experience a one to one with him happily!
The Weather. We were pretty lucky with the weather but visiting the Victorian town of Saltburn-On-Sea proved a wash out. 😦
Big. A surprisingly large Lobster in Staithes.
Sign. I love the names of cottages by the sea. This is one of the more unusual ones.
Bottle. A bottle of wine to celebrate my birthday , which just happened to be when I was away.
Out and About. On the beach at Robin Hoods Bay.
Hat. The seaside in November gets a bit chilly.
Hole. Whitby’s Whale Jaw Bone Arch up on the West Cliff. It cleverly frames the Abbey opposite. The original Whale Bone was given to the town in the 1800’s. This replica was donated by Alaska in 2003.
One. Boat in a field!
Whatever you want. A couple of Cormorants on a cabin roof in Whitby.
Thanks to Made With Love for organizing as usual.