Spurn Point: End of the world
Spurn Point is an exposed slither of land between the Humber estuary and the North Sea in East Yorkshire.
I’d always noticed this slim spit of territory on maps and was lucky enough to visit on a warm, sunny August day.
It’s a 7.5 mile (12km) hike to the tip of Spurn and back again, taking in beach, heathland and a few buildings including the totemic black and white lighthouse.
Spurn is peacefully desolate. You can see wildlife, look towards the city of Hull and Grimsby, photograph the landscape or just decompress.
This is a memorable place to wander around – but be aware of tide times and wild weather which could affect your visit. For me it was a touch of sunburn! Would you like to experience wild Spurn?
Great selection of bright images, a real breath of fresh air in these weirdest of times…
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Thanks Andy, glad you like. It’s a great little place, good for the soul. Sadly at massive risk from climate change, so very fragile.