Beadnell on the Northumbrian coast was once a small fishing and lime producing village on the Northumberland coast.
Today these smelly, smoky traditional occupations are long gone. And it is now a favourite holiday spot, with a large variety of holiday accommodation and facilities, making it one of the most popular destinations for visitors on the coast.
The beautiful sheltered sandy bay is perfect for kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and scuba diving.
Every year The National Trust Rangers and volunteers supervise the Long Nanny shorebird nesting site, to ensure that holidaymakers don't disturb the breeding terns and plovers. During this period, a section of beach is closed to walkers and the path is diverted over the dunes. This was the viewpoint for this print, looking up the coast to the abandonded lime kilns next to the small harbour.
Printed with a white border, on a heavy duty matt paper. Title and artist's signature on the lower edge of the border. Shipped rolled, without mount, ready to frame.
SIZE- Coloured area of print 29 cm x 34.5 cm
Like all of my paper prints, it is also available printed onto shallow, stretched canvases of various sizes by request.