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Views from the N.E coast; Landscapes
Topic Started: Mar 15 2018, 03:15 PM (662 Views)
Doxybirder
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Some views from my neck of the woods
Lindisfarne Castle Holy island

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St Marys' Lighthouse

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Souter Lighthouse and Marsden bay

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Sunderland and Shields

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Durham and coast

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Whitby
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Edited by Doxybirder, Apr 12 2018, 11:35 AM.
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celticsparrow-Jan
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A brilliant selection of photos Terry,looking at them it makes you long for the summer months again.
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AnnB
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A fantastic set of photos, Terry.
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Night Owl
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:wow: A fantastic set of photos Terry, you've captured some beautiful landscapes and some fascinating buildings, I especially like the shots of the churches :yes: Whitby Abbey is stunning :greatpics:
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Doxybirder
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Thank you Jan, Ann and Julie, glad you like them.
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Davebutterflyman
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Some stunning images Terry.

Really like the shots of St Mary's lighthouse and Whitby Abbey
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Doxybirder
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Many thanks Dave,I keep meaning to try a long exposure at St Marys' to capture a silky sea among the rocks, will wait for better weather. :-)
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Jane
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:wow: what a stunning and interesting selection of photos. I've been to Whitby, but sadly not to any of the other places. One day!!
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Eric Hardy
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Beautiful photos Terry, and glorious weather. Itís not always grey in the N E.
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JennyWren
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:clap4: what a super collection of photos Terry ... the rocks are an interesting collection ... the fairground is a fascinating effect , the Abbey and it's mystical feeling , the angles of the bridges and buildings and the peace of the countryside .

I stayed in Northumberland for a week only and loved the area :cool4:
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sorry about the repeat post ! ... it took a while to go through so i pressed 'reply' twice :)
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Doxybirder
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Jane, Eric, Jen, thank you, I've a couple more yet to post.
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Davebutterflyman
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I have been meaning to try long exposure shots Terry, i must give it a go.
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Doxybirder
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More views of the North East
Whitby again

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South Shields

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High Force Waterfall Middleton in Teesdale

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Low Force

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Teesdale

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Sunderland : Whitburn Windmill

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Winter Gardens

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Jane
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I love the countryside views, stone walls and barns. :) And that windmill is cracking :encore:
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Doxybirder
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Thank you Jane.
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Davebutterflyman
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Wonderful photos Terry. The shot of the windmill to a foreground of cornflowers and poppies is fantastic.
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peppiB
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Fantastic photos. This is a great place to live
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AnnB
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Fantastic images, I love the windmill/flower meadow.
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Eric Hardy
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Beautiful photos Terry, I was born and bred in Barnard Castle so those photos of Teesdale with High Force and Low Force are familiar territory to me.
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