I spent five days last week cycling up the NE coast of England and into Scotland. Not as many miles as I'd intended, the tail end of hurricane Katia made the riding exciting and the camping interesting! Well at least it gave me plenty of excuses to get off and take a few photos. It was all good, as it always is when I just get on the bike and go. But the highlights of the trip were a day on Lindisfarne (Also known as Holy Island), which is accessible by causeway only when the tide is out and St Abbs in Scotland, an unexpected pleasure, simply stunning. Full moon Typical deserted Northumberland beach Banborough Castle Lindisfarne Causway Holy Island Churchyard View attachment 41775 Lindisfarne Castle One of the Berwick bridges St Abbs head The women and children of St Abbs waiting for the shipwrecked fishermen who will never return Sunset over the Dunbar cement works, there's beauty in industry as well! There's a few more on my Flickr and I may add to them over the next few days as I continue to sort them. Thanks for looking.