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Spurn Point
East Yorkshire
Humber Estuary

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Spurn north end view SW over the Spurn Neck

Spurn north end view SW over the Spurn Neck
A visit to Spurn Point 26

Looking south-west from the landward end of Spurn, over the narrow Spurn Neck (the high spring tide wash-over zone). Spurn Point itself, and the two lighthouses, are visible on the skyline towards the right.

Amelia Heath, Andy Rodker, Annemarie, Marco F. Delminho have particularly liked this photo

 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
Never been to Spurn but have read a lot about it!
Fine capture!
2 weeks ago.
Earthwatcher club has replied to Andy Rodker club
Thank you Andy. Spurn is a unique and interesting place. Visits are highly recommended if you get the opportunity.
2 weeks ago.
 Amelia Heath
Amelia Heath club
Places like this are just a joy to see. So isolated but one couldn't feel lonely, with wide skies and sea. I love it!
2 weeks ago. Edited 2 weeks ago.
Earthwatcher club has replied to Amelia Heath club
Thanks, Amelia. There were a few walkers about in the middle of the day, but mainly on the path/track and easily avoided. The beaches were almost deserted; we counted only four people during the entire day.
2 weeks ago.

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