Blakeney Point at sunrise
I had walked the 4 miles along the sand and shingle spit to reach Blakeney Point the previous evening. I had intended to spend the night observing the Perseid meteor shower. Unfortunately, a large bank of cloud hung over the north eastern skies all night so no meteors were seen. A nice warm National Trust bird hide provided shelter with extensive views out to the north - it even had a carpet! The morning sunrise was spectacular and I made this recording with my binaural dummy head just as the sun was rising at about 5:30am before the long walk back to the car park. Like all binaural recordings - it's best listened to via headphones but seems to sound OK via speakers too.