On the Yorkshire coast, many years of erosion have left this outcrop of harder shale standing alone. Known as the Black Nab, it in fact has a less famous twin the other end of Saltwick Bay in which is stands. The remnants of some sea defences to prevent further erosion, covered in tiny limpets is lit up by the first rays of sunlight shining across the bay.
Taken on a VERY windy morning, so windy that the high tide had been pushed offshore and it was almost impossible to make the treacherous walk across the slippery wet shale to this location. Thankfully, the sun made some effort to bring colour to the scene, lighting up the wreck to the left, the piece of breakwater and the Nab with some bright colourful light.