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  • Jenny Clewlow 043
  • Georgia Waistell 14
  • Reflections on the River Tyne 1
  • Waves at Cullercoats bay
  • The 4 Sisters of Graham Sands, South Shields
  • Sunset on the Tyne
  • Steetley Pier, HartlepoolTaken at Steetley Pier, Hartlepool. The pier is all that remains of the former Steetley Magnesite works.
  • Fog on the Tyne 2Shot on the quayside at Newcastle early one foggy morning
  • Fog on the Tyne 4Shot on the Tyne bridge at Newcastle early one foggy morning
  • Mission 1101 `Tommy`The steel statue, by local artist Ray Lonsdale, was so popular that people in Seaham began a campaign to buy it.
The piece, called 1101 but know locally as Tommy, was inspired by World War One and is named to reflect the first minute of peace.
  • An arch leading to Durham Castle
  • Durham Cathedral
  • Sunrise over the Mar MenorThe Mar Menor (meaning Minor sea or Smaller Sea in Spanish)  is a coastal salty lagoon in the Iberian Peninsula of Spain with a surface area of nearly 170 km². With warm and clear water no more than 7 metres in depth, it is the largest lagoon in Spain.
  • Sunrise at Santiago de la Ribera
  • Sunrise over the Tyne
  • Sunrise over the Tyne
  • Hannah Dowling
  • Invergarry Castle & the Eala BhanThe Eala Bhan shipwreck overlooked by Invergarry Castle on Loch Oich, part of the Caladonian Canal.
  • Laggan AvenueLaggan Avenue is an outstanding part of the Caledonian Canal which sits between Loch Lochy & Loch Oich.
  • The River RibbleThis long exposure shot of 98 seconds was taken on the River Ribble near the small town of Settle, which sits at the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
  • Whitburn rocksTaken at Whitburn rocks, nr Souter lighthouse.
  • Ullswater at sunset
  • Snowy mountainsA snowy landscape shot taken in the Langdale area of the Lake District.
  • Sunset at Copt HillCopt Hill is an ancient burial ground near Houghton-le-Spring. The site is marked by six trees. Presumably there used to be a seventh tree, as they are known as the Seven Sisters.
  • Armstrong BridgeArmstrong Bridge was unique in its time, as it was designed to overcome subsidence problems arising from local mining in the Ouseburn Valley and Jesmond Dene. It crosses the River Ouseburn and connects the Newcastle suburbs of Heaton and Jesmond.
  • Brough CastleBrough Castle is a ruined castle in the village of Brough, Cumbria, England. The castle was built by William Rufus around 1092 within the old Roman fort of Verterae to protect a key route through the Pennine Mountains.
  • Mouth of the TyneTaken from North Shields looking across the mouth of the Tyne towards South Shields
  • Sunrise at Steetley PierTaken at Steetley Pier, Hartlepool. The pier is all that remains of the former Steetley Magnesite works.
  • Millennium BridgeLooking up river from the Millennium Bridge towards the Tyne, Swing & High Level Bridges
  • The River TyneIn the foreground is the Swing bridge, at the top is the world famous Tyne bridge & under that is the Millennium bridge.
  • Asian short clawed otterAsian short clawed otters at Washington WWT
  • Common Tern
  • Red ArrowsThe Red Arrows taken at the Sunderland air show 2016
  • Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)Taken on March 6th 2016, this shows the Aurora Borealis in all its glory. This natural phenomenon is more commonly known as the Northern lights.
  • Who`s watching who?Taken on the Farne Islands, off the Northumberland coast.