I’ve always been a fan of the Angel of the North as you may remember from my post and photos last year. On our way back from our holiday in Seahouses last month, we took a short detour off the A1 to visit another extradordinary spectacle – Northumberlandia or The Lady of the North.
My column in this week’s Lincolnshire Free Press will tell you all about this fabulous woman:
A magnificent lady, made from the land.
I was able to use one photo from our trip but to get a fuller picture of this extraordinary sculpture you really need to see a few more pics. So, after you’ve read all about her in the link above, here are some extra snaps, including one of Dougie taking refuge from the chilly wind in her cleavage.
|View from the top of Northumberlandia’s head|
|View of her head taken from the top of her right breast.|
|Dougie finds the perfect spot to keep warm|