I recognise the irony of advertising such a lovely beach as “deserted” may serve to advertise and possibly increase its number of visitors, but I think this beach is safe for the time being. There won’t be many tourists looking to brave the cold evening, sand whipped air carelessly hitting you in the face. These are some of the things we have to face whilst enjoying a stroll on a North-East of England beach, but I wouldn’t exchange the sand in my face, the cold piercing my skin and numbing my hands for any other beach because on a clear day the colours are simply amazing.
With living near these beautiful beaches, I want to be able to showcase my area for what it’s worth, and because I’m proud of this area, it’s stunning natural beauty never ceases to blow me away. This beach also possesses the power to alleviate any stresses or anxiety you may have and to appreciate the World in which we live in, when we’re away from our computers and televisions, we realise, the beauty comes from outdoors, being out there!! I’m still getting to grips with my camera too but I love taking pictures of landscapes with the intention of hopefully painting & drawing a few too. The pictures below show that, when you think no one is looking the inner child will always take over.
Usually, with my blogs I try to link in local businesses but this stroll simply required no businesses, just petrol money, the know how local expertise and ourselves. We were virtually the only people on the beach and although it is cold and we prefer being indoors when it is, why not try being outdoors and experiencing this beautiful Northumberland coastline. It is easy to see why our coast has an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and hopefully it maintains this recognition.
South of Warkworth is Amble which you can see on the top picture above. Amble featured in previous posts, so for more on Amble please visit earlier posts.