Wednesday, 22 May 2013


Here are a couple of vistas from near Berwick-Upon-Tweed.

View of Berwick-Upon-Tweed & Bamburgh Castle in the distance

On our way home, we got to Lindisfarne (Holy Island) when the the tide was out - so we had time to cross, have a walk around and get back before high tide.

There was plenty of wallflowers out...

Wallflower, Lindisfarne

...even some in the church walls.

Wallflower at Church, Lindisfarne


Ship hut, Lindisfarne
There was a lot of old ship hulls that have been made into huts

Lobster pots, Lindisfarne
Lots and lots of lobster pots

Boat paraphernalia, Lindisfarne

Sea Thrift, Lindisfarne
Sea thrift
We were sat on the coastline and I'm sure I could hear seals. I took a photo of another island nearby. It looked like it had a rocky coast line but it was seals. About a minute later, there was one bobbing it's head up on the coast where we were sat.

Seals, Lindisfarne

Stained Glass in Church, Lindisfarne
Stained Glass in the church

Lindisfarne Castle
Lindisfarne Castle
The weather was pretty decent too, and I have a load more photos. For such a small island, there was plenty of interesting scenery. The ice creams weren't half bad, either.

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