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Hell Everyone,

I hope you are all having an enjoyable weekend!
The weather is cold, damp and grey, not suitable for taking photographs so I am posting a shot that I took on holiday in October.

A few weeks ago, I posted the traditional, front view of Lindisfarne Castle. This is an alternative view, taken from the rear, still magnificent! I rather like this view as it gives the castle that austere, dominant, craggy, almost wild appearance that just doesn't work from the front! You can also see how strategically well it was placed to repel invaders.

If you would like to know more about the castle, please refer to my previous notes.

pp cropped, rotated 1 degree, adj brightness, sharpened, added borders and signed

(Somehow, I have lost the technical info whilst saving the shot; my apologies.)

Thank you for your visit.
Please feel free to offer feedback on any aspect of the shot. :-)

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