Blyth Tall Ships Regatta

The bustling port town in South East Northumberland played host to the four-day long prestigious Tall Ships Regatta. Up to 30 of the largest and most spectacular ships in the world, some up to 100 metres long and decades old attended the event from Norway, Portugal, Belgium, Poland, the Netherlands and the UK before theyContinue reading “Blyth Tall Ships Regatta”

The Year in Focus – 2014

So once again we’re heading towards that end of year time when many photographers roll out their ‘Year in Pictures‘ features showing some of their work from over the year. So it seems fitting that I post up some pictures from the range of work that I’ve shot this year. Some of it was shotContinue reading “The Year in Focus – 2014”

Trout

The Cypriot registered tanker ‘Trout‘ heads out of Teesmouth this morning heading to Antwerp…   You can see more of my photography on my website and blogs via the link HERE Images remain copyright Ian Forsyth. No usage without permission.

A storm brewin’

There have been quite a few impressive thunder clouds forming over Teesside over the last couple of days….       See more of my work on my website and blogs here Images remain copyright Ian Forsyth 2014 – No usage without permission

Putting to sea

Fishermen in Saltburn take advantage of a flat spell and head out as the sun rises to go fishing in the North sea… The picture ran in the Times   See more of my work here Images remain copyright Ian Forsyth/London News Pictures

Whitby harbour fog

As Whitby in North Yorkshire was shrouded in fog this morning I headed there to shoot a few pictures as some of the fishermen headed out to check their pots or otherwise got prepared for putting out to sea…   Whitby harbour in the fog ‘Copious‘ and ‘Progress‘ moored in Whitby harbour The ‘Jay-C‘ outContinue reading “Whitby harbour fog”

Bird of Prey

A bird of prey believed to be a Harris Hawk from a nearby bird centre was found dead during the Surfers Against Sewage beach clean in Saltburn earlier today.  

Melting pot for the imagination

If you happened to drive through the east Cleveland town of Redcar and then continued through what’s left of the small village of Warrenby – where before they were demolished all the streets happened to be named after marsh birds – and continue on past the collection of small business premises and car garages thatContinue reading “Melting pot for the imagination”

Blue pier

The first light of morning casts a blue light over the pier in Saltburn, Cleveland   http://www.ianforsythphotography.co.uk

Early morning exercise

A rider exercises his horse along the waters edge at first light on the beach in Saltburn.   http://www.ianforsythphotography.co.uk