WHIN SILL ACCORDING TO Woki.
On a sketching trip we stopped for a wee break, (and a trip to the loo my darlin') in Craster Village, this was an oportunity to capture some ROCKIN@ photos, Yeah man!
Wow! Definitely rocks, Mike! Beautiful tones and textures and the Furze bushes help show the size of this cliff. Well seen! Theolfa
Oh, I totally agree! Truly ROCKS! The colors are a real treat for my eyes, they are really enjoying this photo.
This is going into my faves for sure! Awesome, and well, Best Of too!
Try zooming in on the map to see the old Quarry, then zoom out to see where Craster is at!
I think you might enjoy the exercise!
I am greatly honoured by praise from such a wonder photographer like what you are, Massively honoured as you are a fellow artist of great renown too! Thank you so much!. In accepting the praises, I'd like to thank Nature and her forces for this Dolomite squeeze, and the workers who exposed it whilst quarrying the roadstone in the early 1900's to ship out around the globe, thankfully, someone invented Asphalt, so we could admire this!
If ever you make it over here, put this on your 'to see' list...Dammit! the whole Northumberland scenery needs to there too!
Well, Mike I'm exhausted after all that zooming, but I guess Craster is NE coast area. Cheers! from kipper loving Theolfa.
I love this one Mike.
I love this one too, the photograph does not show the setting though, just as well, for it is an old quarry, now a carpak area(not far from the pretty fishing village of CRASTER now for tourists but had a very important fishing fleet(sail powered) and a world famous smokery, Craster Kippers were the best!
The link will lead you to other parts of the coast, all worth a visit, and when you're done, I'll put the kettle on!
Thanks Sunshine - I'll take a look and I'd love a cuppa when I'm done.
Ohhh Great shot Mike Well done, I am glad you stopped here. Its a fantastic photo, Thanks Again, David.
Thanks for the comment, I just flipped thru your gallery quickly, I'm so busy with the book , I'll have to take a coupla weeks sabatical to view properly!
Guess I'll try & pop in when time allows, OK?
Keepahhaad, Bonny laad! as we GEORDIES SAY!
(PS is a bush fire painful?..I think I'd wear wet pants!
Great colours and textures, Mike! I like it!! Marilyn
Thank you Marylin, it lacks in geometry, but makes up for it by beind fractionalized!
We went to that car park about a month ago and I totally missed the quarry bit! We did find the food van that does the best square sausage sarnies I've ever had, though.
The Whin Sill nicely captured at Craster.
Yer marra Keith
(I got a new old camera off Freecycle - a Zenit E.)
Mmmm, Zenit, great camera for it's time, but you neede a lot of time!
I only made it to the dizzy realms of Praktika, third-hand, dodgy lens, but it was my intro to SLR, soon replaced with a spanking new Canon AE1,
purchased fro Turners, sold to me by the wonderful M
MMmmm, remiscing about M led me to forget about thanking you for your comment, marra, she still does that!
Hi Mike, really wonderful capture! Great photo!
My, my! GGR you are going back a long way to discover this old quarry wall, I appreciate your trouble in travelling through my gallery, please stop and help yourself to tea/coffee and a chocolate biscuit at any time!
Cheers and enjoy the tour!
Hey Marquee you sure scramble around in the depths here, I'd forgotten about this one!
Cool comment, Maan!
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Photo taken in Craster, Northumberland, UK
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