Northumberland: The Snook

Hiking on The Snook, a long, low, dune- and grass-covered spit of land on the west side of Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Northumberland, UK. The castle-like tower hidden away among the dunes was originally a windmill, built in the 19th century to drain a mining shaft, when attempts were made to find workable coat deposits here. Holy Island and The Snook are part of one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline anywhere in Britain. © Rudolf Abraham.

The Snook, Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Northumberland, UK, photography © Rudolf Abraham
The Snook, Holy Island (Lindisfarne), Northumberland, UK. © Rudolf Abraham

Shot earlier this year while working on a feature for OE magazine.
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