30 Photographs Taken in Northumberland during 2020

The year 2020 was not the best for most but it didn't stop Northumberland from looking as beautiful as always. Today I am sharing 30 of my favourite photographs taken in Northumberland across 2020 as a reminder that we are so lucky to call this place home.  


A winter trip to Northumberlandia - click here for more information

We found the Giant Spoon - click here for directions

A blanket of Snowdrops at Howick Hall - click here for more information

The fantastic terrace at Caboose Blyth

A peaceful section of Plessey Woods - click here for more information

Belsay Castle

Socially distanced seating in Belsay Castle Gardens

An almost empty Carlisle Park in Morpeth

Morpeth Steppy Stones - click here for directions 

Climbing the rocks on the walk to Dunstanburgh Castle

Craster Harbour 

The post office / tea room in Ford Village - click here for more information

Tyne Green Country Park - click here for more information

Tyne Green Country Park Riverside Walk - click here for more information

Outdoor seating at Ridley Park cafe - click here for more info

Our local pub's beer garden (The Keel Row)

A sculpture from Cheeseburn - click here for more information

Amble Beach Huts 

A bird hide at Low Hauxley Nature Reserve - click here for more information

The view of Warkworth Castle as you drive past

Kayakers in the River Coquet, Warkworth

The new play park at Seaton Delaval Hall - click here for more information

Running through the woods at Seaton Delaval Hall - click here for more information

The view from the top of Northumberlandia - click here for more information

The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle - click here for more information

A Fairy Door at Wallington

Trees in the West Woods at Wallington 

Blyth Beach Huts - click here for more information


Snowdrops at Howick Hall - click here for more information



An autumnal shot of Felton - click here for more information 


Bedlington Country Park Steppy Stone - click here for more information 


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