Capturing the remnants left behind from the WW2 defences and the washing away of the road. When the tide is in these are not visible, as the water engilfes them completely.
Spurn Point is ruled by wind and sea. Countless gales have ripped over the peninsula. A moment in time, capturing the power of the sea over the land, and how it changes so much.
Spurn Point is a natural breakwater between the Humber and the North Sea and has been a land mark for shipping for 100's of years. The peninsula of sand and shingle, was an important Military base until the 1950's when they left and then in 1960 it was acquired by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.