Yesterday I posted some stuff about the city of York, and a selection of the bunch of pictures I took. Today I’ll post a few more. York is such a proper interesting place that it is always rammed full of touristy types like me (although I’ve only come from Huddersfield, 40 miles away, and everyone else’s cameras look so much bigger than mine!)
Much to the dismay of my longsuffering husband, I’m always on the prowl for photos, and often stop in the middle of the road to zoom in on something I think may look fab. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t, but I have to try.
At the moment, I’m a bit loopy about architecture. There’s heaps of it about in York, even down to something far less fancy and very working class, like rooftops and chimney pots. I much prefer rustic to grand, shabby but not too chic – a bit like me really.
Below, looking down the Shambles (the top window of the building facing at the bottom of picture is where we stayed) and looking up the Shambles
Not sure yet where Jill’s Jaunts will be jaunting off to next, but my Fujifilm Finepix and the battery charger will be along for the ride.