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The weather is not spoiling us in the North East England so we decided not to wait for summer which may never arrive this year. Instead we went for a walk to Newcastle upon Tyne. The weather was very unsettled and the light very changeable. The trick was to be in a good POV at the right time. Sadly I did not have this luck. Still I wanted to share a view from this definitely underrepresented on TrekEarth city. I had to choose from among photos taken in a great light but not very interesting or the other way round. This is actually a stitch of two photos which were both taken with the wide angle lens. I like it for the charming fluffy clouds in the sky.

WHAT YOU SEE
This panoramic view of the Newcastle upon Tyne starts with the sharp spire of the All Saints Church in the very left corner. In the very centre you see Quayside promenade along the bank of River Tyne. The oval shape spanning the both sides of the river is the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. The modern metal covered structure in the far right is the The Sage Gateshead, music and arts centre. The right side of the river is no longer Newcastle but the City of Gateshead. The photo was taken from the Tyne Bridge, the most famous landmark of Newcastle.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 4982 W: 99 N: 12851] (51778)
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