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Craster Harbour Dunstanburgh Castle
Howick Hall & Gardens
Craster Kippers
Sea Fishing
Mick Oxley Gallery
Stable Yard Nursery
Coastal Walks
Birdwatching
Photography
Golf
Children's Playground
Arnold Memorial Nature Reserve
Northumberland Coast AONB
Alnwick

Further Afield

The village of Craster, with its colourful fishing boats, and the adjacent coastline, with such features as Dunstanburgh Castle and Cullernose Point, are the subjects of thousands of photographs every year. Most are taken by visitors keen to record their holiday highlights, some by enthusiasts who set up their tripods intent on capturing that unique image and some by professional photographers working for newspapers and magazines. All of them are drawn by the beauty of the area and the ever changing light, which hold out the promise of a photograph to remember.

The following links may be of interest...

Bygone Craster - The Sable/Smailes collection of historical photographs of Craster

Craster Harbour on Geograph British Isles, a project to photograph the UK sponsored by Ordnance Survey.

Les Bell - Northumberland Cam

Noel Bennett

Jo Cornish

Roger Coulam

Andy Craig Photography training

Andy Craig Northumberland diary

Andy Craig Have your photograph taken on holiday!

Jane Ellis

Lee Frost

Michael Goonan Scenic photographs of Northumberland

Mark Irving

Light & Land

Nigel Lowder - Nigel's work is on sale in the Mick Oxley gallery

Steve Mayes

Ron McCombe Wildlife photography

Northumbrian Photographic Workshops

Graeme Peacock

Keith Saint

Shot up North

John Williamson

The following links are for those who might wish to take their interest further by joining a club...

Alnwick Camera Club

Amble Photo Group

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