1. Dreamy snowy conditions here at Langsett
Has anyone been lucky enough to have more than 27 minutes of wet snow anywhere in Yorkshire these past couple of days? No? Me either, disappointingly
2. Good Morning Yorkshire and beyond! We are starting the weekend with a classic shot of a Yorkshire favourite, Janet’s Foss waterfall.
3. Lovely shot at Catrigg Foss
Evening folks. Fancy a dip here? No me either to be completely honest, although I'm sure it's super invigorating
4. Good afternoon all, at Holmfirth
5. Good afternoon fair Yorkshire folk… At Leeds Kirkgate Market
Anyway over to one of the best markets in Leeds, Yorkshire or the country? I’ll let you decide but it has both amazing food and amazing architecture and well worth a visit.
6. Amazing road to the country side, at Lord Stones Country Park
7. Oh I do love to be beside the seaside... especially for sunrise and when the conditions are like this. At Scarborough, North Yorkshire
8. Here is one of the many lovely cottages in the village of Rievaulx
If you’ve not guessed it’s quite near the abbey!!! There are some lovely walks and scenery in the area as well if you are ever passing by
9. One of the stunning views in West Yorkshire’s beautiful Brontë country. Looking particularly moody!!
Brontë Country is a name given to an area of south Pennine hills west of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. The name comes from the Brontë sisters, who wrote such literary classics as Jane Eyre (Charlotte Brontë), Wuthering Heights (Emily Brontë), and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (Anne Brontë) while living in the area.
Quite a talented bunch really… imagine having part of a county named after you!!!
10. The most amazing sunset moment at Gawthorpe, Wakefield
a stunning sunrise masquerading as a sunset, across the fields of Wakey.
11. Black and white image at Harewood Estate
12. Sunset from Flamborough Head, with it been on the east coast. looking south west back across Bridlington Bay!
13. Some goregous colours from Scarborough, North Yorkshire
14. The River Ouse looking serene here, creating spectacular reflections in this stunning
15. A gloomy day at Helmsley
16. This is from Whitby last weekend. Definitely a good place to explore! Anyone else out exploring this weekend?
17. Beyond the mountain, at Roseberry Topping - National Trust
18. The endless sky and green field, at Yorkshire Dales
19. A beautiful moment at Runswick Bay
20. Beyond the wall, at York
bringing you a sunbathed York Minster taken from the bar walls, on a recent afternoon stroll around York.
Have you walked the whole circuit of the walls? If so which is your favourite part?
21. The lonely tree at Yorkshire Dales National Park
22. Whitby abbey at sundown, a silhouette. Beautiful! At North Yorkshire Coast
23. It's a bit chilly out there, wonder if we'll have any more snow? Here is Knaresborough from last year with a dusting of snow
24. With a fantastic reflection down by the River Nidd in Knaresborough
there is even a sprinkling of snow to make it even more picture postcard.
25. Absolutely beautiful shot from Kayleigh at Ribblehead Viaduct! This is on the list for places I need to go!! Love the composition and colours
26. Taken at Ribblehead viaduct with Yorkshire's highest peak, Whernside - towering above behind
27. Have you taken the descent down this metal staircase at Flamborough head?
It's always worth the trip down, even at high tide you can watch & hear the waves crssh against the chalk rock pavement
28. Pretty fantastic conditions yesterday morning at Lordstones Country Park!
Firey Orange glow and fog mist! And behind me was a cloud inversion. Not gonna lie i couldnt feel my fingers and toes by the end of this!! Completely frozen!!But did warm up a bit when we went and got ourselfs a breakfast in the cafe Brilliant place so if you are close by get yourselfs there!! The food is dam tasty
29. Here we have the famous Micklegate Bar in York, with a wonderful sunset glow.
The name comes from 'Micklelith', meaning great street.
For centuries the severed heads of rebels and traitors were displayed above the gate, the last of the severed heads was removed in 1754.