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This is Saltburn Pier on a bitterly cold February morning. It was so cold that I was having trouble pressing the shutter release due to my hands being numb!

I beleive the pier is the only remaining pier in the North East of England. It's a lot shorter than it used to be due to the unforgiving North Sea which has reduced its length from 1400 feet (when opened in 1869) to 681 feet.

The shot is a bit dark, but I tried to brighten it in Photoshop and it lost some of the atmosphere. Any comments are welcome, good & bad.

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