Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland Coast, UK

Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland Coast print on canvas - photography by Andrew Whitaker

Saitburn pier, England

Saltburn Tramway and Pier, North Yorkshire. One of the oldest remaining furnicular railways in the world, opened in 1884 to ferry people down to the pier below.

Newcastle Beach, Australia

Be able to tighten that bikini string a little tighter and still enjoy your favorite foods….

Crashing Wave

I love the sea. I love the color of it, the sound of it, being in it. I love how it rolls over you as you stand in the shallow surf. In another life, I would be a mermaid.

Puffin: "Going on a diet Monday!"  *Farne Islands* |off the coast of Northumberland, England|~|Photographer ~Fabs Forns~ June 28 2012|

Catch of the Day for the Fatling The Atlantic Puffin’s beak is serrated to help hold onto fish as hunts, and it has been recorded with up to 83 sand eels in its beak. Puffins are also equipped with an.

Northumberland Coast (England). 'For a complete contrast to Britain’s busy tourist destinations head for the peace and quiet of Northumberland. It wasn’t always so tranquil, though, as the legacy of castles in the area shows. Places like Dunstanburgh, Bamburgh and Alnwick were built to control the borderlands with Scotland.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/northeast-england/northumberland

'For a complete contrast to Britain’s busy tourist destinations head for the peace and quiet of Northumberland. It wasn’t always so tranquil, though, as the legacy of castles in the area shows. Places like Dunstanburgh, Bam


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