Castles and monuments take the photographic honours

Berwick Castle snakes down to the river in a lovely picture by Terry Straughan. 331 likes
Berwick Castle snakes down to the river in a lovely picture by Terry Straughan. 331 likes

Pictures of castles and monuments in Northumberland featured in your favourite shots of the week.

A view of Berwick Castle as it snakes down to the River Tweed captured by Terry Straughan, became the most popular picture of the week posted on our Facebook page, with 331 likes.

Here's a lovely shot to start your day. It's a bird's eye view of Dunstanburgh Castle by Kevin Temple. 149 Facebook likes

Here's a lovely shot to start your day. It's a bird's eye view of Dunstanburgh Castle by Kevin Temple. 149 Facebook likes

Every day at facebook.com/nlandgazette, we share your images of the county under the banner, View of Northumberland. Then each week in the Gazette, we feature the four which received the most likes the previous week.

A smashing bird’s eye view of Dunstanburgh Castle by Kevin Temple attracted 149 likes to take second place.

In third place, with 142 likes, was a shot George Taylor calls The Vigil – a striking black-and-white view of Alnwick war memorial and Wager Cottage.

Fourth place went to Michael Cook, who caught the sun just right behind the Tenantry Column in Alnwick for a splendid shot that was liked 111 times.

George Taylor calls this shot The Vigil - a striking black and white view of Alnwick war memorial and Wager Cottage. 142 Facebook likes

George Taylor calls this shot The Vigil - a striking black and white view of Alnwick war memorial and Wager Cottage. 142 Facebook likes

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Michael Cook caught the sun just right behind the Tenantry Column in Alnwick - a splendid shot! 111 Facebook likes

Michael Cook caught the sun just right behind the Tenantry Column in Alnwick - a splendid shot! 111 Facebook likes