30 Sep Fuji X-T2 – Northumberland Coast
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I recently visited the beautiful Northumberland Coast in the North East of the United Kingdom. I took the opportunity to grab some landscape and seascape photos with my Fuji X-T2.
I took the Fuji 18-135mm for versatility and weather proofing (It was late September after all!) along with the Fuji 10-24mm f4 for wide angle vistas and the 16mm f1.4
I found the book ‘The Photographer’s Guide to Northumberland’ by Ellen Bowness to be a very useful guide to plan some of my photography.
Ellen features photographs, tips and directions to a large number of photogenic locations along the Northumberland Coast.
I stayed in Alnwick which is fairly centrally located and around 20-25 minutes drive to the coast. Alnwick has become quite famous in the last decade due to the use of it’s castle in the filming of the first two Harry Potter movies. You can spend a happy afternoon touring the castle and hearing all about it’s appearances in various movies and TV shows.
Dunstanburgh Castly from Embleton Bay
Fuji X-T2 and Fuji 18-135mm
25 minutes drive from Alnwick is the sandy beach of Embleton Bay. There is car parking space at the side of the road at Dunstan Steads which is convenient for the beach and located within sight of the iconic Dunstanburgh Castly ruins.
A visit to Northumberland is not complete without a visit to Holy Island. This island is beautiful but access (by car or foot) is subject to Tide Times. The tide cuts off the island…
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