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Blyth Piers and South Harbour in September.
These photos were taken at Blyth Piers, South Harbour and South Beach on a windy day in September when the sea was quite rough and waves were breaking over the East Pier.
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Waves breaking over the base of the East Pier beside the Lighthouse.
Anglers on the end of the West Pier.
Rough seas over Seaton Sea Rocks beside the East Pier.
A yacht enters the River Blyth past the lighthouse.
Sailing up the River Blyth, the strong wind made it look spectacular.
A view up the river to the two navigation lights at Seven Stars.
A survey boat leaving the river near high tide.
It didn't stay at sea very long before returning.
There were a lot of fishing boats in the harbour. These two are often seen at Amble.
The Cargo Ship Deo Volente moored in the South Harbour.
Masts galore in the marina section of the harbour.
A fishing boat leaving the River Blyth.
It turned around at the end of the piers and came back.
A yacht waiting to be lowered into the harbour on the other side of the wall.
View of the beach between the piers.
High tide at the South Beach - it doesn't come much higher up than this.