Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Inner Farne


















The Farne Islands are one of Northumberland's  treasures and are home to over 100,000 pairs of nesting seabirds during the Spring and Summer. St. Cuthbert   died on the Farnes on 20 March 687 AD. The Island shown is called the Inner Farne; the picture was taken yesterday during a coastal walk from Seahouses to Bamburgh

10 comments:

  1. Great shot, the horse and rider makes it complete. I too have a horse on my Leeds Daily Photo but he is not at all like this one, sadly. Paul

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  2. Looks like she is waiting for the rest of the riders to catch up.

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  3. One of my favourite places in the entire world. I took the kids across to the Farne Isles last summer and we had a great time.
    Lovely shot
    Shents

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  4. After seeing this picture, I know this is someplace that I will definitely travel to.

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  5. This is a wonderful shot. The horse and rider are clearly defined and in darker colors, but the sand, water and background is all muted. An excellent composition.

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  6. Thanks everyone for all your comments, kind regards, Charles

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