Iconic view at sunset takes victory in reader competition

One of the finest views anywhere. It's the iconic shot down to Low Newton, with the sun setting over Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance, by Lynne Morelli. 800 Facebook likes.
One of the finest views anywhere. It's the iconic shot down to Low Newton, with the sun setting over Dunstanburgh Castle in the distance, by Lynne Morelli. 800 Facebook likes.

It is a classic scene on the Northumberland coast which always proves popular.

Lynne Morelli’s iconic view of Low Newton, with the sun setting over Dustanburgh Castle, was the top reader image of the week, with 800 Facebook likes.

A stunning shot of a starry sky over Lindisfarne Castle by Valerie Seaward, a member of the Northumberland Camera Club, run by Ivor Rackham. 715 Facebook likes.

A stunning shot of a starry sky over Lindisfarne Castle by Valerie Seaward, a member of the Northumberland Camera Club, run by Ivor Rackham. 715 Facebook likes.

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

Valerie Seaward’s picture of a twinkling sky over Lindisfarne Castle was second (715 likes); third was Tony Robson’s shot of the Milky Way over Middleton (215 likes); fourth was Darren Chapman’s fun picture of Santa flying over Bamburgh Castle (151 likes).

Post your pictures at facebook.com/nlandgazette and remember to like your favourites.

Wow! The Milky Way over Middleton old town in a spectacular Tony Robson shot. 215 Facebook likes.

Wow! The Milky Way over Middleton old town in a spectacular Tony Robson shot. 215 Facebook likes.

It was Christmas Eve and Santa was on his way. Darren Chapman spotted him flying over Bamburgh Castle. 151 Facebook likes.

It was Christmas Eve and Santa was on his way. Darren Chapman spotted him flying over Bamburgh Castle. 151 Facebook likes.