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September 2015

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Butterflies - our garden

Northumberland's Castles

Capheaton
A Welsh Castle
Newport (Pembs)
Walks
Allen Banks
Belford
Cheviot
Newburn-Wylam
Thrunton Woods 2
Wall
Wark-Redesmouth
Warkworth Beach
West Woodburn
Yeavering Bell
Lakes walks
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A "Peacock" butterfly on the rudbeckia, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
A "Peacock" butterfly on the rudbeckia North Tyneside , Northumberland.
A "Comma" butterfly on the buddleia, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
A " Comma" butterfly, wings closed resting in the shade, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
A "Small White" butterfly, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
a "Small Tortoiseshell" butterfly on the spirea, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
Red Admiral butterfly, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
Red Admiral butterfly wings closed on the buddleia, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
A beautiful "Peacock" butterfly, North Tyneside , Northumberland.
Woodhorn Colliery - Weeping Window
Poppies. Weeping Window is from the installation (Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red) seen last year at the Tower of London. This installation cascades from the winding wheel of the No. 1 Colliery Heapstead. in 1914-18 the colliery played a major part in the war effort and also supplied skilled miners for the front. Ashington, Northumberland.
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Another view on the Weeping Window installation at Woodhorn Colliery, Ashington, Northumberland.
Poppies pour through the fence at the Weeping Window installation at Woodhorn Colliery, Ashington, Northumberland.
Close up on the huge poppies that make up the Weeping Window installation at Woodhorn Colliery, Ashington, Northumberland.
Warkworth Castle - River Coquet
A view inside the Warkworth Castle grounds, Warkworth, Northumberland.
A weather-beaten lion on the the Castle's Lion Tower.

(from the Gatehouse website :- In the late 14th or early 15th centuries, towers were built at the south-east and north-east corners of the hall; the latter creating a porch at the entrance and known later as the Lion Tower because of the lion, an emblem of the Percy family, carved on the central boss of its vault.) Warkworth, Northumberland.

The North-West corner of the Castle. Warkworth, Northumberland.
A view of the Castle from the banks of the River Coquet. Warkworth, Northumberland.
Misty reflections on the River Coquet. Warkworth, Northumberland.
A lone swan on the river Coquet at Warkworth, Northumberland.
On the River Coquet three swans and three kayaks with the Castle towering above them. Warkworth, Northumberland.
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2015
Out and About( yorkshire/ Scotland). Whittingham Village
Garden Butterflies, Woodhorn Colliery (Weeping Window),Warkworth.
Allan Banks - Plankey Mill. Shillmoor Law.
Seahouses Harbour, A trip down the River Tyne
Spring blossom, Seaton Sluice.
Ellingham Chathill, Belsay Hall
Newbiggin by the Sea, Lindisfarne (Holy Island)
Simonside Hills, Belsay - Capheaton
Newton on the Moor, Guyzance, High Whittle.
Best of 2014, Bardon Mill 2