The River Tyne has always been the power house for industry in the North East of England. For many years shipbuilding was the main main source of work for people living on both sides of the Tyne.
In later years the river has been cleaned up, but there is still an industrial heritage.
These huge steel fabrications are the base units for offshore Wind Turbines. These structures will be placed on the sea bed with the top 15 mts or so protruding from the water to take the wind turbine.
The colours, the sky and the reflection in the puddle make this a good strong balanced image and composition
Photographer: Marshall Sisterson