A return visit to Grimsby Beach yesterday revealed a winter landscape of ice on rocks. The waves of the day before have frozen and formed icicles.
The old Grimsby pier still stretches out into the water even though it is much smaller than the days when the steamer Turbinia docked there. I've included an historical postcard so you can see what it was like then.
Yesterday's sunny scene was a remarkable one - with the pier covered in ice. It had the appearance of an infinity pool with the blue ice floating over the blue water. The gulls standing at the end of the pier make a wonderful focal point.