Look the other way…

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A short stroll in the opposite direction from the last Pew with the View brings us to the industrial Port of Blyth, here the pigeons take a pew amongst the wooden staithes.  
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The View from the Pew…

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A different aspect of these well photographed beach huts that also flank the promenade, no surprises that none are being used on the last day of January…

One thing is for certain…

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The sun rising yesterday behind St Mary’s Lighthouse on the Northumberland Coast, where would any of us be if not for the miracle of our universe….I am entering this into the Daily Post Photo Challenge – Ambiance

A Pew with a View… (Part 21)

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These pews are overlooking the bay at Newbiggin by the Sea in Northumberland, the view is good but the so called terrace made me laugh out loud, check out the next two posts to see the view and then the punch line….

Major Cover up…..

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I can assure you the covers have not managed to protect this old workhorse against the prevailing wind and sea spray…. However as it has shown some resilience I am going to use it as my entry into the Daily Posts Photo Challenge – Resilient. What the photo does not show that well is the Tractor is a MAJOR, hence the title!

What’s the Point….

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I’ve cycled past the narrow gauge railway at Woodhorn Museum near Ashington hundreds of times without my camera, I often wonder if and how I can share its simple charm via my blog and my current themes, to be honest I was out for a walk recently and as I eventually took this photo I thought to myself ‘What’s the Point’ I won’t use it, but hear we are….