Roker Sea Front

15D_14843_DSC1851We lived at Roker for many years and so I was often at the sea front taking pictures.  However we moved away in 2008 and I haven’t been there photographing very much since.  This piece of modern art on the promenade was new to me when I took a group I was teaching there to take images for a piece of creative art work.  I’m not sure how I feel about this kind of thing.

05D_0191_Dsc_0191This is more the kind of shot I liked to take at Roker, early morning.  I was out very early this particular Spring morning and everything was looking promising for a really nice sunrise.  I took around 30 shots as the sky was changing.  Then ……… nothing.   A blanket of grey descended across the sky right to the horizon blocking out the sun.  Typical !

05D_0155 Dsc_0155-EditOf course, there were often stormy skies.  This was taken one afternoon.  I was sitting in the car watching the changing light as the rain hammered down.  Eventually, the rain all but stopped and there was a break in the heavy continuous cloud cover that let some light through and created this shot.  I love the way the light shines through the wave tops.  This shot was used as a wall-paper behind the reception desk of a hotel.

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About Stephen G

Commercial lifestyle photography is what we do. My first love is landscape photography, though I would love to be a travel photographer. Personally, I follow the activities of many photographers in all genres. My other loves are ancient Egypt and Theology.
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