the aesthetic of the past

Out running – jet lag gets me up rather early – here at about 5.30 am local time.

Lindisfarne, Northumberland – sixteenth century military architecture and a nineteenth century industrial facility turned into a wealthy man’s holiday home (Edward Hudson, proprietor of magazine “Country Life” commissioned Edwin Lutyens to oversee the conversion – very tasteful).

What is left of the nineteenth-century wooden jetty. In the distance – Bamburgh – royal seat from the eighth century.

All too nice through HDR Pro on an Apple iPhone.

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