The previous post had me hunting around for some images I took on Lindisfarne around the same time as the trip to Howick. I have published these elsewhere but these versions have been given a different treatment.
Lindisfarne also known as Holy Island can be a busy place as the mice in their million hordes spill from the trip coaches but as the long day closes and the tide rolls over the causeway, the island returns to its hushed isolation. I recommend an overnight stay:
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To me the pictures tell of times gone by, filled with hard and tiring work. Very nice atmosphere.
Thanks Dan – there is an interesting history of the boat-sheds here: http://tinyurl.com/c2uoqsl – it confirms your suspicions.
Wonderful photos. Especially the one with the horse.
Thanks, mine too – I was very pleased when he/she turned up – some days you just get lucky
I love the emotion you evoke with these photos.
Many thanks – one of my better days 🙂
Intriguing photos with much story to them!
Many thanks – I agree, particularly the boat sheds and even the jetsam which could have been floating around the oceans for years before coming to rest on Lindisfarne.
Fits perfect with Lindisfarne also been called a Holy Island emanating with tales, must be a unique place to wander off with a lense…