Coast People – Life on the north east coast

As many of you will know I have been planning to produce a book about a project that I have been working on for a number of years called ‘Coast People’. Initially things with the publishers were going well and the layouts and text were all sorted and it was starting to take shape. HoweverContinue reading “Coast People – Life on the north east coast”

Waterside

A few coming through today at Saltburn was a good reason to spend the day surfing and then getting back in to shoot a few waterside…   All the shots in this set were taken using a Fujifilm_X_Pro 1 camera with an 18mm f2 lens inside a Dicapac WP_S3 waterproof case. #Eastbound See more of my workContinue reading “Waterside”

COMING SOON…My new book!

I’m delighted to announce that my new book – ‘Coast People – Life on the north east coast’ has gone to print and will be available soon. ‘Coast People‘ is a photo-book that tells the story of a stretch of British coastline from the area known as South Gare at the mouth of the river Tees,Continue reading “COMING SOON…My new book!”

Spring sessions

Here’s a few from a couple of recent sessions up here… A surfer rides a right-hander as the backwash wave caused by high Spring tides breaks in front of him Two surfers sit waiting for a set as dark and brooding clouds build behind them A paddle boarder heads out for a paddle on aContinue reading “Spring sessions”

Paddy’s Hole

A misty first light over South Gare on Teesside this morning…     See more of my work on my website and blogs…. HERE Images copyright Ian Forsyth No usage without arrangement

Out and about – Whitby

So this weekend has pretty much been a ‘Whitby Weekend‘! With a couple of stories that I wanted to look at, one yesterday and the other today it also gave me the chance to go out for a wander around the town with a completely free and open brief to go and shoot whatever IContinue reading “Out and about – Whitby”

The Fleet

Some of Scarborough fishing fleet moored up in the harbour at Scarborough…   See more of my work on my website and blogs via the link… HERE Images remain copyright Ian Forsyth No usage without arrangement

Seacoalers

Coming from coal seams in sea cliffs or underwater deposits centuries old coal is deposited on the beach as the tide drops at Saltburn following strong seas over previous days. Traditionally collected and used for heating, cooking and garden nutrient it is thought that European cultures dating back to the Romans and before used sea-coal. Continue reading “Seacoalers”