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Andy Craig
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Photographer, Musician, Dog-Walker
Photographer, Musician, Dog-Walker

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a bit damp
23rd July 2017, Newton Point, 7:30am This summer there does seem to have been a lot of wet cold weather between the odd very hot day...

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Hidden Northumberland
21st July 2017, Roughting Linn, 11am An interesting day out mooching about the hidden gems of Northumberland. These beautiful abstract rock carvings are found all over N Britain and there are loads in Northumberland. They are hard to date but are definitely...

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grey and cool
19th July 2017, Embleton Bay, 8am Ah, the peaceful cool of a grey morning. Fair weather beach walkers need not apply for here is beauty for the connoisseur!

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fishing in the right place
18th July 2017, Embleton Bay, 7:30am This fishing coble stops here everyday through the summer catching (I believe) salmon and sea trout. If he didn't do it for the fishing you would pay him to park his coble here purely for aesthetic reasons...

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hot and blue
17th July 2017, Embleton Bay, 7:30am Coming home to this from a wet weekend is like going on holiday... 17th July 2017, Newton Point 4pm A baking hot day by UK standards.  Daisy led the way so she could could cool off in the sea...

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herbalism
14th July 2017, Embleton Bay, 7:30am Enjoying a sunny Northumberland morning before a weekend in Scotland with a rainy forecast... Woody Nightshade. A bonny wee flower and an interesting herbal history according to Wiki... Solanum dulcamara has been valued ...

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more ancestors
6th July 2017, Bewick, 10am One of my favourite walks with huge historic interest. Here's the bronze-age burial cairn... ...and then further up the hill are cup and ring marked boulders.  They could be contemporaneous with the cairn but are probably older. ...

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measuring days by wild flowers
5th July 2017, Craster/Howick, 3pm There were several bees on the wild thyme patch.  You see so many unwell looking bees these days that it was nice to see them energetic and happy doing their thing. The next on the agenda for wild flowers is the harebell a...

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interesting and sandy
4th July 2017, Embleton Bay, 8am A fairly dull day but the patterns of the burn flowing over the sand are endlessly interesting.
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