Sunday, 7 June 2009

King Edward's Bay

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King Edward's Bay is a small secluded beach next to a rocky headland known as Pen Bal Crag. Above the beach can be seen the ruins of Tynemouth castle (13th C) and priory (originally founded 7th C ) The bay is a certifed Blue Flag beach . ( http://www.blueflag.org/ )
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4 comments:

  1. So many sun-bathers! That must be Costa del Tynemouth

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  2. indeed, not bad for a May day on the North Sea coast

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  3. I like this picture. One of contrasts...

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  4. It looks like a very nice beach, pretty big, but I had never heard of Blue Flag. I clicked over and read up on it. Very interetsing. Thanks for sharing and for visitng Tampa Daily Photo.

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