What struck my fancy

By TonyLuxton

Spurn Head

Is a curious feature, a finger of land tapering to a point, at the mouth of the Humber estuary. You can walk along it and see the sea on either side, parts are covered at very high tides and entry is discouraged.

Here you see the transport that is used for tourists but sadly not today so we walked it. The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust look after the area. 

I have shown it on the map if you wish to see.

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