January 2017- Out and About
Fresh and windy walking up from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle.
A different view of Dunstanburgh Castle.
There were plenty of hardy souls making the walk up the coastal path.
A great wave crashing over the breakwater near Craster Village.
Following a family visit a walk around the promanade area at Roker.
An interesting "carpet" down the steps at Roker marina.
A shot of the boatyard at Roker
A visit to the BigWaters just a few minutes walk from home. Jan 1 2017
We forgot to bring breadcrumbs the locals were a bit disappointed.
Another Local powering in to check us out.
A look west up the Big Waters, North Tyneside.
Over to Keswick for a few quiet days, Castle Crag seen from the boat landing.
Reflections of derelict posts in Derwentwater
From Friar's Crag looking down Derwentwater.
These are rare geese called "Twente Landrace" named for the town in the Netherlands
There must have been so many photographs taken of this view. A camera enthusiast's joy!
Not a breath of wind on Derwentwater.
With the prospect of some interesting shots up to Castlerigg Stone Circle on the way out of Keswick.
The Castlerigg Stone Circle in winter sunshine with Blencathra behind.
A "Goldeneye" at Talkin Tarn near Brampton.