Origianlly built in the 1830's it was rebuilt after being almost destroyed during WW1. It was bitterly cold the day I took my photograph but I especially wanted to capture the parallel waves rolling up the beach directly below the Lighthouse. This required a little patience before I was happy and the chief danger was ensuring I wasn't caught by a wave and swept away. I knew the light would suit my needs as I always refer to the weather apps on my smartphone before planning my day.... and winter seas can be very dramatic on this part of the UK's east coast but I like stormy weather I have to admit.
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