Last Day of Northumberland


This is my favourite picture from today. Taken this evening on Bamburgh beach, it shows my husband and my son flying a kite near the water’s edge. I have deliberately taken a wide shot so you can see the glorious blue sky above and the amazing colour of the sea beyond.

We have loved it here this week but we are moving on tomorrow morning and leaving this stunning part of the country behind…for now. We’ll definitely be returning, it is too beautiful to ignore.
We are heading north in the morning, and will be taking the high road into bonny Scotland. I’m looking forward to staying in Fife and doing some sightseeing up there. We might even get to see some dolphins if we’re lucky!


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