Conservation Officer Kevin O’Hara and staff of Northumberland Wildlife Trust were at nature reserve Prestwick Carr on Thursday getting ready to move Exmoor Ponies further into Northumberland. Kevin captured the snowy scene and shares these images with our readers.
We are spoiled for choice when it comes to woodlands in Northumberland. And this autumn has brought truly stunning range of colour from the beech, birch and aspen trees. This gallery highlights some of the best colours visible in the North of England.
Graeme Campbell is a gifted Northumberland-based photographer, whose distinctive images capture both the feel and light of this beautiful part of the world. He was number two in the 2012 National Parks Winning Landscape competition, chosen by writer and adventurer Ben Fogle.
It isn’t just red squirrels that feed on nuts and seeds. At Kielder Forest and Water Park a fox has been seen this week, hunting around for bits of leftover food dropped by the squirrels.
Peace Camp 2012 took place this weekend at coastal locations around the UK. The camp at Dunstanburgh, Northumberland, sat beneath the ancient castle ruins, and was a great success. We share with you some stunning and beautiful images taken by Louise Almond-Norris.
Bear Grylls made a visit to HMS Calliope on Friday while in Tyneside. HMS Calliope is next to the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and is the principal Royal Naval Reserve training unit for the North East of England, and home base for around 100 naval reservists. Angela Carrington, a director with The Bigger Picture, kindly shared these […]
The Olympic Torch made its way south through Tyne and Wear today and Matt Reilly shared with us some photos of the torch on its journey through Gateshead where thousands of people lined the route to cheer on the torchbearers. One photo by Patrick Norris shows the torch earlier in the week in Bamburgh, Northumberland.
Thousands of people came to the centre of Morpeth, Northumberland in the North East of England today to cheer the London 2012 Olympic Flame on its journey to London. Stephen Parsons carried the flame for most of the route through the town and received a roaring welcome despite heavy rain. The flame has made its […]
A gallery of photos taken on a wet afternoon in April on the path from Morpeth to Mitford in Northumberland. The walk is mostly on a country lane, away from roads and for part of the way follows the River Wansbeck, Northumberland. There is one steep climb up some well maintained steps.
A gallery highlighting some of the spectacular landscapes of the North East of England and the Scottish Borders.