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TA0152 : Buildings from the former RAF Hutton Cranswick
NU0151 : A gannet (Morus bassanus) off the Berwickshire Coast
The gannet was emerging from the sea after an unsuccessful dive for fish. This was taken from a boat.
NT9606 : Across pasture to Square Wood
Gentle hillside at Burradon Mains farm with a view to Square Wood and the valley of Thackwell Burn.
TA0151 : Former RAF Hutton Cranswick
SK6762 : Hall Farm, Eakring
The farmhouse on the right dates from the late eighteenth century.
SO1507 : Beech tree on the edge of Manmoel Common
The tree shelters a derelict hut next to a simple stile and broken gate leading on to the common on a public footpath.
O1433 : James's Street - Dublin
NU0152 : A Berwick-upon-Tweed lifeboat returning to base
This RIB crew on a training exercise came close to the boat I was on from Berwick-upon-Tweed.
NU0053 : Exploring the Berwickshire Coastline
Three walkers were examining the rock strata at the headland by Magdalene Fields golf course. This telephoto shot was taken from a boat.
O1433 : St Patrick's Tower
Constructed in 1757, St. Patrick's Tower is a 150ft high brick-built windmill which is believed to be one of the oldest extant smock windmills in Europe. Once sited on the grounds of the Thomas Street distillery, it is now part of the Guinness St. James' Gate brewing complex.
NT9952 : The Quayside at Berwick-upon-Tweed
This was viewed from the jetty for Berwick Boat Trips.
O1433 : St Patrick's Tower - Dublin
Constructed in 1757, St. Patrick's Tower is a 150ft high brick-built windmill which is believed to be one of the oldest extant smock windmills in Europe. Once sited on the grounds of the Thomas Street distillery, it is now part of the Guinness St. James' Gate brewing complex.
SO7463 : Orchard above Shelsey Beauchamp
In the heat, you could be forgiven for expecting olives.
L5860 : Terminal island
Cleggan Head finally runs out on a rocky promontory which descends to the sea. This tantalising target in the next square cannot be reached because of a chasm just a few metres in width, though GPS puts the landward side just to the east of the boundary. Even finding a good viewpoint on this perilously steep terrain, and in a near gale was daunting.
SO7363 : Grubbed up orchard, Shelsey Beauchamp