A Walk around the Riverside during lockdown

We’re all locked up at home with Coronavirus, but they let us out to get exercise, so we took the opportunity to go for a stroll in the sunshine.

Many paths to take to the River Wear
Many paths to take to the River Wear
Durham Cathedral through the trees
Durham Cathedral through the trees
The Rowing Club from across the River Wear
The Rowing Club from across the River Wear
Tree Bark with moss
Tree Bark with moss
The Path from The River Wear to Old Durham Gardens (2)
The Path from The River Wear to Old Durham Gardens (2)
The Path from The River Wear to Old Durham Gardens
The Path from The River Wear to Old Durham Gardens
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (4)
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (4)
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (3)
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (3)
Durham in Tiles - Old Durham Garden
Durham in Tiles – Old Durham Garden
Old Durham Gardens from the path
Old Durham Gardens from the path
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (2)
Old Durham Gardens from the terrace (2)
Durham Cathedral through a gap in the hedge
Durham Cathedral through a gap in the hedge
Old Durham Gardens from the Terrace
Old Durham Gardens from the Terrace
Parched Earth in April 2020
Parched Earth in April 2020

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