A bright and breezy morning on Lindisfarne, Northumberland’s Holy Island. The much photographed boat sheds are old herring boats, recycled by fisherman for storage.
Pink flowered thrift thrives on both rocky outcrops and sea washed salt marsh.
No shortage of pebbles for cairns and land art.
The castle is closed for repairs at present and half shrouded in scaffolding but from a distance it still stands out as a dramatic silhouette on the island skyline.
The simple geometry of a navigation marker.
Time to head for the causeway before the tide comes in.
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