Photography – St Oswald’s Way – Northumberland – gorgeous countryside, castles and seascapes. A deserted wonderland.

Photography – St Oswald’s Way – Northumberland – gorgeous countryside, castles and seascapes. A deserted wonderland.

IMG_3208 IMG_2805 IMG_2707 IMG_2651 IMG_2642 IMG_2631 IMG_2536 IMG_2480 IMG_2469 IMG_2463 IMG_2457 IMG_2438 IMG_2422 IMG_2401 IMG_2387 IMG_2382 IMG_2329 IMG_2281These are a few photos from my photo diary of my 100 mile walk. We were following St Oswald’s Way backwards.

St Oswald led an army to do battle in Heaven’s Field. If they felt anything like me they would not have been up to doing much fighting. I dropped out two thirds through the fifth day with a thigh strain (It still hurts!).

The walk led us through some spectacular scenery, up on to moorland, along rivers, past castles, old churches, hills, towns, beautiful bays, cliffs, and past all manner of wild-life. Northumberland is a gem of a county and largely deserted. Huge sweeping sandy beaches with just a lonely couple for company. The castles on the shore, the old towns of hewn rock, and the green landscape.

Not only that but the locals were friendly and the ale tasty. What more could you want?

I know – a good Rock Band or two!

Here’s a few of my shots:

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