NORTHUMBERLAND CAMERA CLUB: Members brave the elements to get their shots

Northumberland Camera Club. Linda Johnson
Northumberland Camera Club. Linda Johnson

How well do you know the Northumberland coast? See if you can identify these seascapes.

There are no prizes, and you can find the answers in the Northumberland Camera Club Facebook group.

Picture by Dave Henderson.

Picture by Dave Henderson.

Photographs of the sea always feature heavily in the club. That’s hardly surprising considering the beauty of our coastline.

It certainly dominated over the days when storms bashed our shores. I could have filled this week’s column space with raging sea photos from any one of our coastal towns, from St Mary’s up to Berwick, and especially Amble, where photographers were clearly out in force.

Congratulations to everyone who weathered the snow, wind and sea spray to get some great images.

It was nice that the rough sea shots were juxtaposed against some much calmer images.

Northumberland Camera Club.Malcolm Ross

Northumberland Camera Club.Malcolm Ross

There were so many great pictures and, as always, I struggled knowing which to include here.

This week’s challenge words are Candid and Tremble. Try to take photographs that match those words and if you can, fit them around the monthly theme of unusual views and angles.

Keep clicking!

Everyone is welcome to join Northumberland Camera Club.

Northumberland Camera Club. Andrew Nichol

Northumberland Camera Club. Andrew Nichol

Post images to http://bit.ly/PicNland and tag them #PicNorthumberland

For more tips from Ivor, check out his website: https://www.ivorphotography.co.uk/

Picture by Tommy Mcleod.

Picture by Tommy Mcleod.

Northumberland Camera Club. Derek Coombe

Northumberland Camera Club. Derek Coombe

Northumberland Camera Club.  Hugh Campbell

Northumberland Camera Club. Hugh Campbell

Northumberland Camera Club.  David Simpson

Northumberland Camera Club. David Simpson