Brian Cosgrove
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I am the author of www.gefrin.com which is designed to provide an introduction the the archaeology in and around the Cheviot Hills and north Northumberland. The site is not funded in any way though I am indebted to the help I have had from archaeologists Roger Miket and Paul Frodsham in keeping the site both accurate and up to date. The site forms the on line information point for Gefrin Trust who I am also involved with on a voluntary basis as web designer. The Northumberland National Park have also suggested using my site to host an on line diary illustrating the progress of any future investigations at Yeavering Bell or the Anglian palace site of Ad Gefrin. The site has been a great success and has attracted visitors to the area from as far away as France and Spain. Feedback from the site continues to encourage me to improve and add to it.

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I love any shots of places like this one of Dunstanburgh where the photographer has actually experienced the location as opposed to simply plonking the camera in the same spot as so many have done before.

Excellent shot. A unique and innovative view of the Sage.

In reply to DM I can answer one of your questions but the other remains a mystery...

The people in the picture are Dr Rachel Pope and Dr Ben Edwards from Liverpool University.

I don't know who the hat belongs to..!

Excellent photo! Voted, You can take a look at My contest.

Greetings from Romania!

Voted... An interesting composition and a striking image.

Hillforts are a particular interest of mine and I must upload more pictures of them.

I have never thought of them as 'earth waves' before though.

Magnifique chapelle dans un paysage grandiose. Très bien mise en valeur sur cette réalisation. André

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The river has now been returned to its usual course.

A nice balanced image.

Good to see the power of monochrome!

Love your pics Biggsey...

Upload some more..!

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