Holy Island

By Philip_H
This image is of an upturned boat-shed on Holy Island in Northumberland. Herring keelboats were often used for storage in this way after their time at sea had come to an end and several examples of this traditional practice (including this one) can be seen around Holy Island harbour. The edge of the harbour is in the mid-ground - overlooked by the ever present Lindisfarne castle.

Thanks for all the C&C's on my last castle upload.

Best wishes and happy easter,
Philip

Tags: Northumberland Castle Lindisfarne Holy island Lindisfarne castle Landscape and travel Boat-shed Holy island harbour Herring keelboat


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WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
6 Apr 2012 3:51PM
They do make great photographic subjects. A well-placed gull in this view of ther castle, Philip. Nicely done.

Dave

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Jocelia Plus
4 2 1 Australia
7 Apr 2012 3:17AM
Beautiful capture in every way, love the subject………Jocelia
EAS Plus
6 1 13 Scotland
7 Apr 2012 6:59AM
Superb comp and a big "Thank You" to that Gull in exactly the right place, right time!

Ann
Good composition Philip.


David

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