Whitby Harbour East

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An evergreen view of Whitby from Saint Ann’s Staith across the harbour. This image was taken on 21st March 2011 with a Nikon D90 and Nikon VR 18-200 zoom lens at a focal length of 28mm. The image is a three shot HDR with final post processing in Photoshop CS5.

The image size is 4309 x 2861px at a resolution of 300dpi.

One of the most picturesque ports in England, Whitby and its harbour are set in a ravine at the mouth of the River Esk. Dominated by the clifftop ruined Abbey, the narrow alleys and quaint streets climb down to the busy quayside, with its harbourside houses and small shops filled with crafts, curios, and antiques.

From these centuries old streets, 199 steps lead up to the parish Church of St Mary, one of the finest Anglo Saxon churches in the country, featuring carved pews made by ship’s carpenters and craftsmen from Whitby’s once booming whaling fleet.

Its churchyard is famous for providing the setting which inspired Bram Stoker to write his classic novel – Dracula. Dickens and Tennyson are also known to have enjoyed the hospitality of Whitby’s ancient inns.”

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