The Yorkshire coastline is a coastline of contrasts.

The coastline has many spectacular views .  Stretching from Spurn Point to the south up to Saltburn By Sea in the north, this unique stretch of coastline boasts a string of gorgeous and very different seaside towns and villages, from traditional resorts  that start high on the clifftops and tumble intriguingly down to the sea, like Robin Hoods Bay, Runswick Bay and Staiths the Yorkshire Coast.  Whitby to me has always been a place of magic, for a photographer it has many locations that change with seasons and even the time of day. The River Esk has gouged it’s path to the North Sea, which itself has eroded the land to form impressive cliffs. Together, these natural features have created the estuary of the River Esk, in which the town of Whitby nestles.  The East Bank with it’s maze of alleyways, narrow idyllic cobbled streets and ancient buildings is overlooked by the cliff top St Hilda’s Abbey and the Anglo Saxon church of St Mary, both of which can be accessed by walking up the famous 199 steps.  A whalebone arch which stands as a reminder that Whitby was once the main whaling port for the North of England. Visitors will be rewarded for their climb with panoramic views over the town of Whitby and the coast towards Sandsend.

Images from the Yorkshire Proud Collection are available to purchase as either Fine Art PrintsArtblox or on Canvas.


Sizes (in inches)Cost+P&P (UK)
8 x 12£29.95£6.00
18 x 12£62.50£6.00
24 x 16£129.00£6.00
20 x 30£160.00£7.50
36 x 12 (Panoramic Size)£129.00£11.00

P&P prices are for UK postage only. Overseas delivery costs can be quoted on request.