Northumberland is one of the least populous counties in England. This means that there are places to go to get away from the crowds, even on the warmest summer’s day. This includes areas such as the Cheviot Hills, which straddle the border between England and Scotland. Wild and rugged, it is a landscape steeped in history; until the seventeenth century it was a lawless land, roamed by the Border Reivers. The photos in this gallery are a celebration of the wilder side of Northumberland, its moorland and wide-open spaces.
Visit my Wild Northumberland gallery on Pixels.com to see more photos from the area and to buy prints and gifts.
Join me on my Harthope Valley photography workshop in August 2018. For details click here.