Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, UK taken in January 2019
I took this picture as a memory of where and when we scattered my best friend Anya’s ashes. She had always wanted to return to the north of England to live, and Bamburgh Castle on the Northumberland coast was one of her favourite spots. So it was with great joy that we found this peaceful spot on the beach at low tide and with a glorious sunset to scatter her ashes in the sea. I hope you like your forever home my darling.
A 22 carriage train-load of logs chug their way across the Ribblehead Viaduct, with one of the Yorkshire Dales’s three peaks – Ingleborough – looming in the background.
View of Blea Moor railway station on an overcast day in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Taken on my iPhone, I loved the colours of the sunrise over Carlisle Bay in Barbados. Yes that’s right, I said sunrise, not sunset! Yes, I was (still) up at around 5.30am 🙂 And it was beautifully peaceful and quiet.