Forgotten photos: Coldingham Bay

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Hello, I am back! This year I've been a bit sporadic with my posting, I don't really mind though - I'm enjoying my blog at a more leisurely pace and I think that's definitely a good thing. And the nice thing about a blog is that it doesn't demand 'where have you been?' or 'have you been writing other blogs?' when I get back (haha, imagine that).

I've slowly been trying to organise my back of house whilst I've been away - my Flickr, my blog archives, my USB stick and hard drive and I've been thoroughly enjoying going through my photos once more. I've also realised that there are still more photos from last year that I haven't shared, so this week will once more be photos from last year on here. Going through my photos I realised that in spite of all the struggles I had, 2013 was actually a pretty good year in my photographic journey - funny how these things work out isn't it.

These photos were taken at Coldingham Bay last Summer in the sunshine. I can almost feel the sunshine on my skin looking at them. I can't wait for Summer this year now.

In other news is that I do have 3 rolls of film in my bag waiting to be dropped off and developed so hopefully I will have newer photos to share soon.

Camera: Zenit B
Film: Agfa Vista 200
Location: Coldingham Bay


Coldingham Bay

It's often the little bay's scattered around that remind me how much I love living in the UK. We saw loads of delightful bays on our Whitby Holiday last year and on this holiday, our bay tick box was crossed off by the lovely small Coldingham Bay just south of St Abb's.

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Isn't it just darling? And it was so sunny and bright too - none of us wanted to leave. 

Location: Coldingham Bay, Scotland
Camera: Refurb LC-A
Film: Kodak Ektar 100