Back before the schools in England and Wales broke up, I took a couple of days off and took myself and the campervan up to a carvan site just outside of Whitby.  The beauty of this site was that it was just above Saltwick Bay with its two Nabs (the more obvious one is actually Black Nab and not Saltwick), which allowed me to do my favourite photography/campervan related thing – get up early, take some photographs and then go back to bed again.  (I have also done this amazing feat up at the Calanish I Stone Circle on Lewis – back in bed before 0500hrs #result).

Anyway, here’s the product of that early rising, and the subsquent wander in to Whitby (20mins along the cliff path from the campsite).

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