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Berwick-upon-Tweed.

author: Andrew Smith : North East, UK
Monday, May 19th, 2008


 

Berwick-upon-Tweed.

author: Andrew Smith : North East, UK


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Berwick is a small historic town. It's about as far North East as you can get in England and changed hands between Scotland and England many times, though it's been English now since 1482. It's a walled town right at the mouth of the Tweed. The majority of the walls were rebuilt by Elizabeth when she was concerned about a Scottish-French alliance. Now they make a great place to walk around and view the towns charms. Here's some photos I took while staying there. The artist LS Lowry used to stay in Berwick regularly. There are boards at the spots he drew and...



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Bring on the Clowns


Normally i don't like to post a single photo on it's own, but i found this one whilst digging through some old stuff. These guys live at the back of an old open air near the seafront in...

Bring on the Clowns

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The Faces of Southwest Portland


I spent this past week in Portland for a community development conference, and spent plenty of time exploring the many interesting parts of the city. PDX is split up into quadrants named for their geographic proximity to the Willamette River,...

The Faces of Southwest Portland

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Pathetically Recycled Signage


Can you guess what this internet cafe used to be?

Pathetically Recycled Signage