The River Tyne

For people trapped in a two-dimensional world, Chester’s Roman Fort is closed for the winter.

It was extremely windy and close to dark. The clarity of these pictures impressed me.

I played chess on this board at the George Hotel in Chollerford during summer 2008, shortly before writing my first climate article.

Yesterday, my rental car broke down just as I was passing the hotel. So I got another game in.  The rental car company (Green Motion UK) left me stranded in Chollerford, which will be the topic of future blog posts and tweets.

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9 Responses to The River Tyne

  1. Steve Case says:

    This page
    has a daily puzzle that every now and then is easy enough for me to solve.

  2. John, UK says:

    Gods own county – Northumberland! Enjoy!

  3. John says:

    So what in the world are you doing in the UK? Meeting up with Delingpole?

  4. Texas Sharp-shooter says:

    Lemons/lemonade. But please verify identity with Bird pics or “football” references.

  5. Misanthropic Marc says:

    It was fate! LOL Seems like you’re enjoying the trip. These photos are really cool. Keep em’ coming, please.


  6. Andyj says:

    If only you came in our global warming season.

  7. Extreme Hiatus says:

    Tony, it looks like you are taking photos from a drone… ?

    Didn’t you expect something bad from a company called “Green… “?

  8. eternaloptimist says:

    tony, northumbria is home to one of the worlds dark skies areas. well worth a trip out to view the night sky. but wrap up well and take a flask

  9. Kris Johanson says:

    Beautiful/striking pictures

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