"Ahm coming home Newcastle" ~ {Explore}

Inspired by the ramble along the Quayside. You can even see Phil on the Quayside!


Made Explore #184 3rd November 2011


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This image is one of self-indulgence, I've been after capturing the quayside for sometime.


I hadn't realised how difficult it is too capture from the Millennium Bridge, given I need a super wide lens and also how "springy" the bridge is when folk cross!


Anyhow the sight of the Tyne Bridge is a sign "of coming home" to all Geordies and seeing that I just came back from London I decided to post it!


Oh and did I mention I'm off on Friday's? So it's the weekend! Have a great time!




By Lindisfarne.


"Ah had te come te London,

Coz ah couldn't find ay job,

But ah don't intend te stay long,

If ah make ay few quick bob


It's cold up there it Summer,

It's like sitting inside ay fridge,

But ah wish ah was on the Quayside,

Looking at the owld Tyne Bridge'



Ahm coming home Newcastle,

Ah might as well ay been in jail,

Ahd walk the streets al day al neet,

For ay bottle ay ye own Brown Ale,

Ahm coming home Newcastle,

If ye never win the Cup again,

Ahl brave the dark at St. James's Park,

At the Gallowgate End in the rain,

Ahm coming home..."






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