Vindolanda, Northumberland, UK, March 2012.
Vindolanda lies just to the south of Hadrian’s Wall and has a very different ‘feel’ to other sites along the Wall. It lies upon the first Roman frontier in the north – The Stanegate Road. You will probably drive along this road to reach the fort and museum.
Vindolanda was occupied for over 300 years and was an important frontier fort and village long before the construction of Hadrian’s Wall. Indeed, Vindolanda saw nine forts come and go in those three centuries when generations of soldiers and their families called this place home.
Taken with a Nikon D90 with 18-105 mm VR lens.
Processed using Photomatix using 5 exposures ±1 from one original image.
ISO 200, f11, 1/400s