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Blyth Quayside at night.
These photos were taken from the quayside at Blyth as the moon was rising and darkness was falling on a very cold day in late November. These photos were taken before the old wind turbines were dismantled.
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Moon rising over wind turbines at Seven Stars and East Pier.
Twilight at the South Staithes where some of the Scottish Fishing Boats were moored.
Wind turbines and navigation lights on the East Pier.
The view a little later as darkness falls at the South Staithes.
Darkness falling on a cold evening at Blyth Quay.
Another view of the moon over the East Pier.
View after dark at the South Staithes with the wind turbines and navigation lights
Cargo ship Traun offloading Aluminium Ore at the Alcan Dock.
Fishing boats moored at Blyth Quay after dark.
The South Staithes after dark - the blurred white marks in the river are gulls floating with the tide.
Wind turbines in the moonlight.
These photos were also taken in November, but during a different visit.
River Blyth and the Spirit of the Staithes sculpture.
Wind turbine reflections.
The quayside at Blyth.
Arklow Meadow moored at Alcan Quay.