Spring Throwback: Haltwhistle, Northumberland

Afternoon Lovelies.

We are now, almost, a month into summer, although you wouldn’t think it looking out the window today. Northumberland skies are a picture of grey and gloom today, but after a few days sunshine and warmth, you could call it refreshing. I made the most of Monday’s sunny day by grabbing my camera and heading into the garden.

For now though, I’m throwing it back to Spring and showing you some of the fantastic photos I captured.



Taken in my hometown of Haltwhistle, I’d forgotten just how glorious this place could be.



Because who doesn’t love daffodils, right? They’re one of the reasons why Spring is becoming my favourite season of the year!



Of course, I couldn’t post all these photos and not include the one of Tilly I snapped upon my return home! I mean, it is unusual for her to sit still long enough for me to get a decent picture like this (I think she’s a bit camera-shy).

Making the most of Spring, and capturing some glorious shots of my hometown, Haltwhistle.

So there you have it, my first photography post on the blog and a little snippet into what my hometown looks like at the beginning of Spring. I hope you enjoy the pictures, as much as I enjoyed capturing them!

Don’t worry, I will be posting my ones from yesterday’s garden ventures in a few weeks. Can’t wait that long? Keep an eye out on Instagram for more photos and other news.

That’s all for today… Enjoy your evenings everyone!

Abbie @ simplyaj.co.uk




Making the most of Spring, and capturing some glorious shots of my hometown, Haltwhistle.



  1. October 12, 2017 / 10:08 pm

    You live in a great part of the country for landscape and nature photography. Nice photos.

    • Abbie Chandler
      October 18, 2017 / 10:41 pm

      Thank you! I sure do love it. I wish I had more time to get out and about!

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