The village on Holy Island. One gets to the island over a causeway, which one can use for a few hours a day. The rest of the time the causeway is flooded.
The ruins of Lindisfarne Priory. It was raided several times by Vikings in the early middle ages.
St. Cuthbert, who founded the priory.
At this point my camera needed recharging, so the rest are my brother-in law's photos. He didn't take many, except of the archers.
Lamp in the castle.
One of the rooms in the castle.
It was hard to take photos because the castle was chock-a-block with kids.
There were various displays on in the priory ruins. We watched the archery.
The target after the six archers shot as many arrows as they could in a minute, all at the same time. It was amazing to see. The woman archer shot fourteen, the others ten and eleven. It must have been terrifying to face the English archers in a battle in the middle ages.
Arrow in flight.
Two arrows at once.
We also went to the mead shop, where I bought small bottles of Lindisfarne Mead for friends. It was a pleasure to visit this friendly island.