And there you have it - February done and gone.
The last day of looking at another of my favourite pictures...
One of the most photographed spots in the whole of Northumberland, this is Sycamore Gap.
Made famous by the blockbuster film Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves back in 1991, it's been a place I've longed to visit since my teens. When I finally got around to it a couple of summers ago, it was certainly well worth the wait! Early on in the walk from Housesteads is the only place you are permitted to walk actually on the wall (which feels wrong, but you have to do it) and then you follow the path with the most beautiful scenery all around you before dropping down into this little valley with it's world-famous tree.
Depending on where you begin, it's not an easy walk, it can be rough under foot as you're just walking along the trodden grass and steep in a few places: it really makes you think about the poor workers and how they got all of the supplies etc in place and built the structure itself.
I'd absolutely love to take night pictures up there as there's hardly any light pollution and you can capture the most amazing starscapes like these from Paul Flannigan. I follow Paul on Facebook and can only dream about taking such stunning pictures as he does.
There are a few different websites with links for Hadrian's Wall and Sycamore Gap in particular, but here's a good one.
And a couple of extra pictures...