Hope you all have an enjoyable holiday and get lots of ‘tog related pressies!
I spotted a couple of little green men while wandering around the park in Ripon, and I managed to get photographic evidence too.
We used to go for walks in the woods . . . . now we just trundle along 🙂
A month or so ago we took our last visit of the season to Fountains Abbey for a walk. This is a shot of the main visitor centre taken with a fisheye lens.
We shall return there! Once the (often) punishing North Yorkshire winter has done its worst. March just can’t come around too soon.
This is a scene I stumbled upon while walking on the Isle of Skye back on 2006. Can’t remember which camera I used, possibly it was a Nikon D50.
A visit to the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington proved a little problematic in terms of getting full shots of the aircraft due to the numbers of visitors, so I wandered round looking for detail shots. Here are a handful . .
A favourite place of mine for a wander is Brimham Rocks in North Yorkshire. One reason I like it is because there are absolutely loads of silver birches there. This is my interpretation of a scene that includes one of them.
Shooting directly into the sun on a summers evening on the deck.
An old building on the Dunham Massey Estate in Cheshire. Taken at around 1 p.m on a sunny, hot July day.
This month there are lots of flora and fauna springing to life. At Thorp Perrow arboretum at Bedale, North Yorkshire the daffodils were a couple of weeks late but just now the place is positively carpeted with them.
I found this colourful scene at RHS Harlow Carr near Harrogate. I don’t know what the flower is and I don’t know what the insect was, I just know it caught my eye.