Weight and Stuff Report – 23 October 2016

And down again today. Which is probably as random as everything else…

This is an interesting thing at Seaham. There are plaques around its sides which describe the coal mines that used to dominate the area, but the one at the front which might have more useful details seems to be missing, so I’ll assume it’s a symbolic memorial to the mines, and more importantly, the miners who worked in terrible conditions deep underground and out under the sea…

Seaham

Seaham

Camera: X-T2
Aperture: ƒ/8
Shutter speed: 1/125s
Focal length: 16.5mm
ISO: 200
Taken: 22 October, 2016
Location: 54° 50.6738′ 0″ N 1° 20.2262′ 0″ W

Oh, and apparently it’s not gold at the end of the rainbow. It’s Sunderland.

End of the rainbow

End of the rainbow

Camera: X-T2
Aperture: ƒ/10
Shutter speed: 1/220s
Focal length: 55mm
ISO: 200
Taken: 22 October, 2016
Location: 54° 50.6015′ 0″ N 1° 20.1474′ 0″ W

 

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