From The Yorkshire Post.
Dave Zdanowicz thought he knew the Yorkshire coast. Or at least a good chunk of it. He had after all spent his childhood holidays on the beaches of Scarborough, Bridlington and Filey, but when he began turning his lens on the coastline which runs from Spurn Point in the south to Saltburn in the north, the Bradford-based photographer realised there was still much to discover.
“It’s been fascinating,” he says. “People say that what’s great about Yorkshire is how varied the landscape is and it’s true. Even on a short stretch of coastline there are so many different things to look at and photograph. There’s the dramatic cliffs at somewhere like Flamborough, the Victorian grandeur of a seaside resort like Scarborough and by the time you get to Saltburn you can look in one direction and see only sea and in the other the industrial centre of Middlesbrough looms large on the horizon.
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