The early morning sun rays shine down over an offshore Wind Farm near Bridlington
From the scenes around the harbour to the coastline around Flamborough and down at Fraisthorpe, these images show what a beautiful part of the country we live in.
A family looks at a rainbow cutting across the skyline over the North Sea from the sheltered Selwicks Bay. Sea defences from World War Two still stand proud on Fraisthorpe Beach near to Bridlington. The small fishing boats lay on the sand in the safety of Bridlington Harbour waiting for the tide to turn once again. A fisherman collects lugworms on the south shore of Bridlington as dawn breaks. Flamborough Lighthouse reflected in a rock pool at low tide. Fisherman Bob Whitton looks to dig for lugworms for bait on Bridlington's South Bay A view looking over the sheltered Selwicks Bay, leading out to the North Sea, with Flamborough Head Lighthouse, protecting this coastline Wind turbines at Carnaby dominate the skyline above Bridlington South Bay. Visitors keeping warm in their waterproofs outside the beach huts on South Bay in Bridlington. 250,000 birds that flock to the cliffs between Bempton and Flamborough each year to find a mate and raise their young Fishing boats framed by fishing pots on the quayside of the harbour in Bridlington Bridlington Habour looking towards the funfair on the North side