There’s no shortage of opportunities for photography around North Northumberland. Berwick’s historic walls and bridges over the Tweed; the Holy Island of Lindisfarne are obvious choices, but I decided to visit a location I’ve been to before: the Duddo Stones.
Hareshaw Linn, a Northumberland waterfall.
This is one of Northumberland’s most impressive waterfalls and also one of its most accesssible.Read more "Let it come down."
The tide was at its highest point, so there was no chance of getting down on to the beach.
Instead, I started photographing the waves from above as they swept in and hit the sea wall below the promenade.Read more "Flight"
Earlier this month I walked along Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland. Ok, I didn’t walk the whole thing, but I walked further along it than I’ve ever done
before. And here’s why.
A few months ago I did something scary. I’ve only just got around to writing about it.Read more "These Streets"
So I thought I’d start a blog…Read more "Is this thing on…?"