Tuesday, 30 November 2021

damaged and ancient

 30th November 2021, Bamburgh, 10am

A pleasant guided walk round the coast at Bamburgh.  The coast's ancient geological structures are unchanged by a mere storm.

Lots of post-Arwen damage in the village though.  The grove trees have been battered and the castle itself has many broken windows.

Monday, 29 November 2021

freezing nicely

 29th November 2021, Longhorsley, 8am

A dusting of snow which then froze.  A very beautiful winter morning.

Sunday, 28 November 2021

After Arwen

 28th November 2021, Alnmouth, 4pm

After the crazy winds of Storm Arwen on Friday night, we're getting back to normal now.  We're lucky to have electricity.  Many in the village still have no power after 48 hours.

Meanwhile the afternoon light was beautiful...

...but wintry showers were chasing us down the beach.


Friday, 26 November 2021

nearly stormy

 26th November 2021, Howick, 7:30am

Stormy weather fortunately kept itself out over the sea.

When the sunrise happened it lit up the falling rain with award light.

Time for breakfast said Daisy

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

waiting and watching

 24th November 2021, Warkworth, 7am

Watching the sky until the sun appeared.

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

no sunrise

 23rd November 2021, Alnmouth, 7:30am

Sunrise lit up the sky and reflected on the beach but the actual sun was hidden by a bank of thick cloud.

a pair of posers

 22nd November 2021, Longhorsley, 8am

Posing beside sunrise