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Portrait of Tyneside 1.0

View 30 images from the 'Portrait of Tyneside' book by Jason Friend.


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  • Last Updated: Jun 2, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No additional requirements

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Portrait of Tyneside is a Desktop Utilities software developed by Jason Friend Photography. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Portrait of Tyneside:

BS Editor: Free screensaver featuring 30 images from the 'Portrait of Tyneside' book by award winning Photographer Jason Friend. Jason Friend is a UK based photographer and the author of a number of books, with 'Portrait of Tyneside' being his 3rd book for Halsgrove. The images featured in this screensaver cover several photographic Highlights to be found in the Tyneside region surrounding the city of Newcastle Upon Tyne in the UK. This screensaver is totally free.

Tyneside is a region where the past, present and future Combine to form an Eclectic melting pot in the North East of England. Host to the City of Newcastle Upon Tyne and the spiritual home of ‘The Geordies’, the historic glories of its heavy industries mean that there is an undeniably strong industrial heritage to be found in the area.

Nevertheless, situated between the Northumberland and Durham Heritage Coasts, the coastline adjoining the North Sea and Tyneside is undoubtedly beautiful, and whilst there are some stretches of the coast that display the marvels of human endeavour to tame nature there are plenty of other stretches that embrace the power of the wild and maintain their natural appearance.

Unquestionably, the heart of Tyneside is the River Tyne, the main artery running from the coast dividing the regions of north and south Tyneside on a journey through Newcastle and beyond. Life on the Tyne has changed throughout the years. The Romans exploited the strategic values of the river by choosing to start the spectacular Hadrian’sWall alongside the Tyne, along with a number of forts that can still be found inTyneside.
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