During our September 2010 holiday up in the beautiful county of Northumberland, we got to spend a day on Lindisfarne, or Holy Island as it is also known as. It’s one of the few islands around the UK connected by a road causeway that you can drive across at low tide, plus you can also walk across the bay itself by following a trail of marker poles. That’s where I focused my time, and these are the better photos that I took on the day.

I hope you enjoy them.

Stone Cubes Beside The Road

Fence Beside The Road

No Unauthorised Vehicles Beyond This Point

Former Windmill?

Photographer In The Field

Refuge In The Bay

Footprints In The Mud

Marker Pole

Refuge Against The Sky

Looking Back

Sandbags Beside The Causeway

Dry Land - For Now

Driving Onto Lindisfarne

The Lindisfarne Causeway

Walking Onto Lindisfarne

Refuge On The Causeway

Causeway From The Refuge

Flying Away With The Food

The Causeway Floods

The Tide Is In

Some of the photos also work really well imho in my experimental 25×9 format:

Buildings On Lindisfarne

Crossing To Holy Island

Footprints In The Mud

Crossing To Holy Island

The Bay Floor

Crossing To Holy Island

Feeding The Swan

Fleeing With The Food

Goodbye Causeway

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