postcards from york

a day trip to york by train: just because….

random york street shot
york streets… beautiful old buildings everywhere.

york city walls
york city walls; the main reason for our visit

york city walls
more of the walls…

york city walls

york city walls

pieces and responses, york minster
pieces and responses, york minster

york minster. ridiculously opulent
york minster. ridiculously opulent, and impossible to photograph, even with a 10-22mm wide-angle lens

york minster.
york minster

el piano
el piano, grape lane. awesome vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free restaurant where we stuffed ourselves silly

a hot meal in pastry
the pasty: quintessentially english. a hot meal in pastry.

next stop, NEW york, usa (end of feb). postcards from there too, i promise

6 thoughts on “postcards from york

  • Bea and Anne-Marie are right — that’s a marvellous photo of York Minster. Is it HDR? If so, you’ve done it beautifully, with commendable restraint (unlike far too many cartoonish HDR photos). But, no matter how you managed it, the composition’s superb.

    I want one of those pasties, too.

  • Now you don’t get walls like that in New Zealand! Or churches. Your photo of the ceiling of York Minster is stunning.

  • i LOVE EVERY postcard on this post & the post below…ooooh, aaaah!..thank you for sharing that great discovery feeling while walking new streets…the walls & architecture INSPIRING, the food TO DIE FOR, your haiku, TRUE, your heart, as always, QUINTESSENTIALLY BEAUTIFUL. xo

  • My visit to York some years ago was very brief, looking at your wonderful photos makes me wish that I’d had the time to appreciate it further.

  • I cannot believe how strong the desire for a pasty is right now; I haven’t had one in years. Also, York Minster looks very swanky indeed, especially when photographed so elegantly. The shot of the ceiling is pure WOW. You, madam, are Talented with a Capital T.

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