Wednesday, 22 June 2022

boat-walker

 22nd June 22, Alnmouth, 8pm

After a dull cloudy solstice, today was much nicer.

I'll call this "taking the boat for a walk"


I was too early for sunset but it was beautiful and the fierceness of the day's sun had receded to a gentle light.




Colours showing nicely on this wee swallow.



nearly solstice

 19th June 2022, Longhorsley, 10pm

Nearly solstice sunset walkies



20th June 22, Warkworth, 9am



do not touch

 17th June, Howick, 9am

There was a heatwave widely predicted for today but in Northumberland it was cool and grey (which meant I could have a lovely long run).


 18th June, Longhorsley, 8am

I love the wild flowers on the managed areas of the coast but it’s nice to find orchids inland in a farmer’s grassy field. 

Curlews are nesting hereabouts too and yellowhammers are singing from the hedges. 

Sometimes all nature needs is to be left alone.






Thursday, 16 June 2022

they seek him here and there...

 16th June 2022, Low Newton, 11am

Today’s guided walk clients were quite into their wild flowers and birds and the meadows, dunes, ponds and coast didn’t let us down. 

 This is Burnet Rose which has a cute scientific name - Rosa pimpinellifolia 

A tiny but formidably spiky wee guy, this one had a nice splash of pink across its petals.



Three blue sky days

15th June 2022, Bamburgh, 4pm

A beautiful day up in the castle to photograph a wedding

13th June 2022, Warkworth, 4pm

Definitely worth the effort just for the colour of the sea.



10th June 2022, Warkworth, 4pm


I was glad of the breeze til I turned round and was sand-blasted. Not complaining though...



Thursday, 9 June 2022

double visiting

 9th June 2022, Newton Point, 10am

We walked through the wild flowers on today's guided walk and it was so nice I came back and sat and had my lunch.