This image shows The Bathing House situated on the coastline at Howick. The house was built by the 2nd Earl Grey, who was Prime Minister in the early 19th century.
For anyone familiar with the North East of England, it is his monument that now stands at the top of Grey Street in Newcastle upon Tyne.
The Bathing House is so named because it was built specifically for the Earl's children (all 16 of them!) to go bathing.
In this image the blazing sun rises to pick out the silhouette of the house and its unquestionably idyllic location.
Equipment Canon EOS20D f22. 1/8th Tripod
Location: Howick Northumberland
Photographer: Marshall Sisterson