Weight and Stuff Report – 4 May 2013

I managed to get out and do the shopping a wee bit earlier today, and as soon as I’d sorted that out, I went out again. This time I took a train to Berwick-upon-Tweed, a nicely historical border town that I’ve only been to once before, and that was slightly more years ago than I thought it was.

I had a good walk, which according to the GPS evidence as calculated by Garmin, was over four miles. I’ve got loads of photographs to sort through, but here are some samples to make a start. This is a very steep hill:

West Street

West Street

Camera: X100S
Aperture: ƒ/8
Shutter speed: 1/500s
Focal length: 23mm
ISO: 200
Taken: 4 May, 2013
Location: 55° 46.1268′ 0″ N 2° 0.3173′ 0″ W

And when I walked under the Royal Tweed Bridge, there was something about the structure of it that made me think I’d need to do a black and white version, so I did:

Under the bridge

Under the bridge

Camera: X100S
Aperture: ƒ/11
Shutter speed: 1/35s
Focal length: 23mm
ISO: 200
Taken: 4 May, 2013
Location: 55° 46.1682′ 0″ N 2° 0.4161′ 0″ W

And I didn’t want the Royal Border Bridge to feel left out, especially as I was relying on it to support the train home, so here it is:

Royal Border Bridge

Royal Border Bridge

Camera: X100S
Aperture: ƒ/8
Shutter speed: 1/210s
Focal length: 23mm
ISO: 200
Taken: 4 May, 2013
Location: 55° 46.3661′ 0″ N 2° 0.694′ 0″ W

Loads more photos when tuits permit.

Here are the details of my walk, which was a moderately complicated route, in which I covered some places several times:

Berwick Walk

Berwick Walk