We recently went to explore a section of the Coquet we’d seen on the map but not visited before. It was a typical July day of high humidity and summer clouds. Lovely views down to the river and across to Holystone and Sharperton with Agrimony in swaths on the river bank.
Wandering down a track we hadn’t explored before we came on this dead tree. I’ve become quite obsessed with it.
The sunlight was catching these stones set in the river bed, the water sparkling.
During this April/May in the U.K. until last week we were only allowed out for exercise once a day and only in your immediate locality. This is a record of those walks in a spring that was the warmest and driest here in Northumberland for a while. We are lucky to have empty lanes and … Continue reading Spring in lockdown