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Old 28th August 2013
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Northumberland

As promised/threatened in "looking For Improvement" here are a few more from our trip 'up north'


Hadrians Wall


I think these are Sandwich Terns - called "What's all the Fuss?"


I have a bit of a headache -


Banburgh Castle from the sea.


Fishermans huts, Lindisfarne.



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Re: Northumberland

Brilliant set Shirley. The terns and the seal shots are my favourites.
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Re: Northumberland

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Brilliant set Shirley. The terns and the seal shots are my favourites.
Thank you John, I am sure you know this area very well. I would love to stay on Lindisfarne and try and capture some shots without tourists and at different times of the day.
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Re: Northumberland

Smashing set Shirley.

The Sandwich Terns and Seals for me too.

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Re: Northumberland

LURVE "The headache ..." Superb
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I really like The Fisherman's Hut Shirley. Vey much.
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Re: Northumberland

Seal shot for me.
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Re: Northumberland

Thank you Ed, Lyn, Chevvy, Peter and John. It seems like the seals and the birds win! At last a few decent nature pics
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Re: Northumberland

The seals and birds are great, but I really like the Fishermen's Huts and Banburgh Castle.
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Re: Northumberland

All good ones!
The seal is the best.
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Re: Northumberland

I'm in agreement with Ulfric, they are ALL good and the effects make those stand out. The seal made me think straight away 'me head hurts'. Well captured.
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Re: Northumberland

Another great collection. Like them all
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Re: Northumberland

A nice set and I like the castle shot as well as the fisherman's hut. The treatment gives the latter a very nice feel.

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Re: Northumberland

I enjoyed them all and thanks for posting images of places that I will never see but would have loved to!
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Re: Northumberland

Great set, Shirley. I'm not able to pick a favourite as I like them all.
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