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Photo of West Norwood by: Stephen

West Norwood Cemetery
"Interesting shots Stephen" - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Holy Island by: Catherine Greenup

Holy Island Castle
"Beautiful painting Catherine. Absolutely love it. Again thanks for the wonderful info too." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Clacton-on-Sea by: Paul Chappell

Colourful beach huts
"Wonderful image" - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Clacton-on-Sea by: Paul Chappell

Beach posts
"Again superb" - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Holland-on-Sea by: Paul Chappell

Yellow beach hut
"Another fabulous image." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Holland-on-Sea by: Paul Chappell

Blue sea shell
"One of my favourites of yours Paul. A beautiful image that causes me to lose myself in thought. Love it." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Holland-on-Sea by: Paul Chappell

beach rail shadow
"Love how you have taken this, it's a great picture." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Norland by: Robert Haigh

St Luke's Church, Norland.
"I like the angle of this shot. Excellent." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Winlaton Mill by: Catherine Greenup

Old Dwellings Winlaton
"I'm really enjoying viewing your paintings Catherine, along with reading your family history and stories associated with them. Really wonderful stuff. Thanks for sharing." - poe(4th April 2022)

Photo of Bamburgh by: Ray Hutcheon

Spring at Bamburgh
"Great views of Bamburgh and the Lord Crew Arms, once owned by my family. So many happy memories here spent in my youth from around 1960s. The day we went I will never forget. We were walking back to Seahouses when suddenly two fighter jets appeared overhead. I thought they were on exercises. But when we got back to the caravan, and turned on the TV, I thought we were watching a new disaster movie. Then my husband said shocked, no, that’s not a movie it’s real and live, it’s the BBC news. That’s the day the two towers were hit by aeroplanes in the USA. We watched in horror thinking we were seeing the beginning of the 3rd world war. Actually wondering if we’d get home again to Gateshead. The fighters we saw must have been asked to protect our coastline, just in case. That was my last long walk, due to MS. And a memorable one." - Catherine Greenup(2nd April 2022)