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sunset over the river wear.

Boat at Sunderland Point. Taken at sunrise. Filters used to help with exposure. Image possibly to be used as part of a college project

An exceptionally high tide this evening which came to within a few centimetres of the path and road at Sunderland's Fish Quay, from where this photograph was taken. This was the scene as the full-time whistle was blown at the nearby Stadium of Light (Sunderland 0 - West Bromwich Albion 0)!

Taken early 50s in this wonderful view,Railway bridge can be just seen on the left

People who moan that the weathers 'too hot' can piss off.

The sculptured tree in the foreground is part of the Wearside Sculpture Trail.

The trail features a number of highly original works by Colin Wilbourne and Craig Knowles, situated between Wearmouth Bridge and Roker Marina.

The view from alongside the Fish Quay looking upstream towards Wearmouth Bridge.

I noticed the amazing colour in the sky so I jumped in my car and grabbed this before it disappeared. Handy spot 2 minutes away from my house.

The brilliant Red Arrows were back on Wearside this evening to help kick-off this year's airshow. Thousand's of people packed the seafront as they went through their daring displays

Roadside poppies - Southern Radial Route, Hendon.


Exposure, f8 @2 minutes.


I sent you flowers, you wanted chcocolates instead...


Sunderland Point marks the north side of the Lune Estuary. The small group of houses are cut off at high tide. To get to the houses beyond this road you have to drive down onto the shingle beach.


View large.

Just caught this sunrise this morning.



Happy soundtrack Monday!

Looking across the River Wear to Monkwearmouth as night falls.

It is.


5x4 film, long exposure.


This is Sunderland


I'm done with posting photos for now, time to head back underground...;-) Seeya round.

Boat at Sunderland Point. Taken at sunrise. Filters used to help with exposure. Image possibly to be used as part of a college project

A wide view looking out across the Wear from the Fish Quay, past Wylam Wharf to the left and on to the Halls of Residence of Sunderland University.

Explore #68 then #7....


I don't think I'll be the only one posting tonight's sky wonder!!

#124 in explore. "40" Another of Hylton castle - Had to walk a bit for this!

#94 in explore - "64" Penshaw Monument in Sunderland is the most prominent landmark in the area and was originally built as a tribute - a memorial erected to the memory of John George, Earl of Durham, who after representing the County of Durham in Parliament for 15 years was raised to the Peerage, and subsequently held the offices of Lord Privy Seal, Ambassador-Extraordinary and Minister of the Court of Petersburg and Governor-General of Canada. He died July 28th 1840 It was designed to be a copy of the Theseion, the Temple of Hephaestus, in Athens. The foundation stone was laid by the Marquess of Zetland on 28th August 1844, four years after the death of the Earl.

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