These images are from 2010 and taken on a Panasonic FZ45 Bridge Camera. I've picked out just a few features of our seafront other than the usual pier shots etc.
This is a memorial to the Coastal Command Strike Wing, during
WW2 a squadron was based at RAF North Coates, just a few miles
south of Cleethorpes.
|I allowed myself just one doggy pic.|
|"Silver Shoes Riding Stables" horses & riders heading out for a ride along the beach.|
Breakwaters and an outgoing tide, in the distance is the Yorkshire coast on the far bank
of the Humber Estuary.
Out in the Humber Estuary is a work platform, it was based there
for most of the summer in 2010.
|Zooming in shows the platform.|
|A couple of cargo vessels heading for the Humber Ports.|
The big advantage of the Panasonic FZ45 Bridge Camera was it's extra long, inbuilt zoom.
At full extent, as used here, it gave the equivalent of a 600mm lens on a std SLR.
This was taken from the promenade at Cleethorpes.
Panasonic FZ45 Bridge Camera.