Taken at Low Hauxley near Amble, Northumberland, an ancient forrest is reviled by the sea dating back around 5000 years, the time of the Bronze age. I find this kind of stuff fascinating. Its amazing to think that ancient man once walked and hunted between these very trees before they were claimed by the shifting sands and now the sea. The connection with modern man here is a discarded lobster pot almost stuck between two places in time. Evidence that man still hunts for food as he did way back then.