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In the summer we went to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne for a long weekend. We visited the usual local places of interest including galleries and museums and on a couple of days we took the Metro to the coast. On our final day, before we got the train back to London, we went to the seaside village of Cullercoats.
After an obligatory lunch of fish and chips at Bill's Fish Bar (highly recommend if you're in the area) we went down to the beach. Cullercoats is famous for its artist colony and in particular the celebrated American painter Winslow Homer, he painted seascapes and the local fishing community especially the 'heroic' fisherwomen in the 1880s. We both agreed Cullercoats beach was the perfect place for kids, sandy beach and lots of rock pools to explore, our children would have loved it when they were little.
I decided my artistic endeavour, involving no heroic locals, would be photographic, my still life would be seaweed and rocks.