Last Friday, as the year drew to an end, we went for a potter round Berwick, and as always I had to take a photo of the lighthouse ....... and you can just make out Lindisfarne on the horizon
this shabby old door may be upgraded soon .......
as major works are going on behind the wall
we will have to watch the progress of whatever it is that is being built!
I think I took an arty photo of this plant growing out of the top of a wall during the summer!
another favourite subject - old chimneys, against the blue sky
there doesn't seem to have been any progress on the Money Pit. I shall have to try to see inside one day - Malcolm said I should simply tell them that I have peeps all round the world (slight exaggeration) watching the refurbishment!
a lot more work has been done on this old building, at the end of the old bridge, with smart new windows installed
it will be interesting to see how they restore the old shop front
and so we go from the end of last year to the beginning of this one. We went for a very chilly walk on the beach on New Year's morning, and again the lighthouse was first up for a photo
the pattern in the sand would make a good quilting pattern!
a forlorn wellington - I wonder where the other one is
the sand has shifted again after the recent storms. The last time we were on the beach, these wooden posts were taller than me - now they are about knee-height!
Malcolm pointed out these two with their shadows behind them
I don't think this driftwood boat will be seaworthy!
it was cold and windy, and the sea was rough, so we weren't surprised that there were no mad folk about having a New Year's Day dip!
I saw a flash of colour up ahead, but it wasn't an exotic shell or plant, but rather a sad and bedraggled ball, left behind by a dog
and to finish, we spotted this chap having fun on the beach ...... the wind in his kite had him bowling along at a good speed!