Saturday Snapshot

 I took this photo a few weeks ago through the window of The Maltings Kitchen, in Berwick-upon-Tweed. It shows the River Tweed on its way down into the North Sea, a seagull sitting on top of one of the chimneys below the restaurant, and a crow-stepped gable end of one of the buildings. And on the skyline you can just see the Royal Border Bridge carrying the East Coast Main Line Railway over the Tweed, built by Robert Stephenson and opened by Queen Victoria in 1850.

Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Alyce at At Home with Books.

18 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot

  1. Hi Margaret,
    Great composition in this shot, there is so much detail that you don’t know where to look first.
    I love the spot that the gull has found for itself, obviously just the right shape for a roost, it doesn’t look as though it plans to go anywhere very soon.

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