The Holy Island Of Lindisfarne

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne on the northeast coast of England. Lobster pots, stone houses with red tiled roofs, a mead distillery, an island cut off from the mainland by the tide twice a day, where tourists abound, except on this blustery grey day. A flashback image to October 2013 on the holy island.  Of course, we didn’t mind missing the crossing as there was always plenty to see and photograph and drink! Thanks for looking. G

The Holy Island Of Lindisfarne

Some images from the archive.

http://geraintsmith.com/potd/pages/archive/july_16/july_01_16.html

http://geraintsmith.com/potd/pages/archive/august_09/aug_24_09.html

2 thoughts on “The Holy Island Of Lindisfarne

  1. I love this one! All those piled-up lobster pots so sharp and the stone buildings in the distance. Getting down low certainly makes it so much more dynamic!

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