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To find out more about the history of the Lindifarne boat sheds you can type in The story of the Lindisfarne boatsheds, and open the PDF file called:

Page 1 The Boat-Sheds Three upturned keelboat halves

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Amelia Royan on March 30

Good morning Josi. Many thanks for your kind appreciation of this photo. I loved the clutter around this 'boat-shed', and was fairly pleased that everything was in focus.

Wwarm Sunday greetings to you, Amelia

A beautiful image with very good work!!!

Like+, with friendly greetings Nikos1954 from Greece-Piraeus.!!!!!

Antonio** on March 30

Very beautiful photo well done and well composed like

Unda J. on March 31

ahh, Amelia! these Lindisfarne pictures are lovely! beautifully taken and nice light! :) we never have had good weather there - it always turns for worst... :) beautiful pictures!

Amelia Royan on March 31

Thank you Unda. We had very mixed weather that day,and did get caught out in heavy rain with a fierce wind. Northumberland can be variable, nevertheless we enjoyed our first visit to the county and hope to go again. :)

Joe Son of the Rock on April 2

LIKE 13. This is just the way I imagine Peggotty's house in David Copperfield, Amelia! Cheers, Joe

Amelia Royan on April 3

Ah - Peggotty. The do say that she and Barkis moved here from Norfolk in their later years, and that her ghost still haunts the island, particularly near the boat-sheds. It was a bit spooky here Joe. LOL

Cheers, Amelia

Don Z on April 5

Excellent capture!!! «LIKE 14» Best regards from Don Z

Amelia Royan on April 5

Many thanks. I really appreciate the fact that you liked this photo Don.

Friendly greetings, Amelia

wow - love all the details !

ԁk‒cam on May 3

This is a wonderful boat shed - L

Kind regards, Finn

Amelia Royan on May 3

Good morning Heidi, thanks you so much for your lovely compliment. My apologies for such a late reply.

Warm wishes, Amelia

Amelia Royan on May 3

Thank you Finn. These boat sheds have a lot of history, mostly to do with the herring industry on this part of the coast.

Warm wishes for the weekend, Amelia

Steve Lewis on May 13

Nice shot, LIKE.,Best regards, Steve

mato angel 1 13 days ago

Novel idea. The homeless should be as inovative. But then again, they would not be if they were.... Regards, Ray

Amelia Royan 9 days ago

Many thanks, Steve. I must apologise for taking so long to get back to you.

Cheers, Amelia

Amelia Royan 9 days ago

Well said, Ray, but if you look at the ever rising costs of rented accommodation in London, one would would have to be very innovative to survive, and life on the streets may be the only way! I hope your grandson is continuing to enjoy his Europe experience. :)

Have a great weekend, Amelia

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  • Uploaded on March 26
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    by Amelia Royan
    • Camera: Canon EOS 60D
    • Taken on 2013/10/09 11:55:48
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 24.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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