Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Oh Captain Jack at York!

Captain Jack! definitely worthy of a peck on the cheek! Ooooh Arghhhhhh!



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Such a beautiful Cathedral in York don’t you think?



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Beautiful inside and out!



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And the quaint little narrow street were alive with folk out for the day.



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So that is what I got up to on Bank Holiday Monday here in the UK, I came home worn out and shattered and curled up on the sofa with the poorly blanket.



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21 comments:

Moza said...

What can I say, as a Doctor Who fan I was looking for a very different Captain Jack! Who would still get a kiss on the cheek! ;)

I do love York, I must admit - lots of walking, though!

Lisa Jane said...

Oh thanks for the Photo's Jak.. i spent 3 years at York training to be an occupational Therapist - at the college of Ripon and York St John.. those photos brought back lovely memories.. its one of my favourite places too xx
I think that Pirate fancied you!
Lisa x

Lori m said...

Beautiful photos, thank you so much for sharing them, I love, love history, nature, and seeing places I will never get to.

Blessings, Lori m

Christine L said...

Wowwww fab photos Jak....... glad you had a lovely day there...
But my daughter corrects me every time I call it the cathedral.... she tells me 'it's a minster, Mum!'
Hugs
Christine x

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Ooooh, I'm so jealous! Beautiful photos Jak ~jeni :)

sallysbitz said...

Looks like you had a glorious day with some spectacular sights x

hugs sally x
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Crafty Lynz said...

Fab pictures! love the way you have made York Catherdral look really gothicy xx

Debs said...

Great pictures of York minster, spent the week before in York my son got married there last Tuesday. x

Sue said...

Fab pics Jak,loved them.hope you have had a good rest.
Hugs Sue xx

Marcea said...

Hi sweetie, so glad you had a fabulous day in York - you knw I am here you little scamp, tut tut .,.... maybe next time, lol. Gorgeous pics of the Minster, I do take it for granted (hangs head in shame) but it is so beautiful. Did you manage a stop at Betty's ... please say no - I cannot believe how long people queue for an over priced afternoon tea hehehe xxx

Shelly Schmidt said...

Looks like you and Jack got along fabulously.....LOL I love the pictures of the beautiful cathedral in York- Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures!

heidy said...

Hi Jak,many years ago,I was in York,been to the cathedral,and I think it's still very beautiful!!
Hugs Heidy

lady Anne Howard said...

So glad you had a good time over the holiday weekend Jak, I too just love York. Spent many a happy time there in the past. Did you having any singing while you was there? I have been when there has been music all over the city, beautiful...
Love ~ Lady Anne xx

My'scardcorner said...

Looks like a good day was had Jak years since Ive been to York.
Hope you are fully recovered today.

Myrax

Susie Sugar said...

Stunning photos , and so much depth in black & white
xx

Sheila - Ginger said...

Fabulous photos Jak...they look stunning in black and whit. I love York an walking down the Shambles...so many great little shops.

Love Sheila xx

Anonymous said...

I should have been in York next week but cicumstances dictated otherwise!But thankyou for bringing York to me in your lovely photos. I live in France now with my husband, but we used to live in Stamford Bridge - a village only a stones throw from our home town, York!
Best wishes,
Au revoir,
Sylvia Mathison.

Mad Mary said...

Lovely place isn't it Jak. Never been inside the "Minster" but have been along that street "The Shambles" i think it's called. Was a lot of years ago that i was there. Wish i had gone inside the "Minster" now!

Mary x

van hire glasgow said...

It such a great and the Awesome look it gives.Here i can see the indoor and outdoor images all are superb one.

ursula said...

I bet you had a great day out in York, we were there for a week a couple of years ago, lovely pics bring back good memories. Yes we have had tea at Bettys and also in Harrogate, good to treat oneself now and again. Luv Ursula XX

Merry said...

What wonderful photos....that cathedral was just stunning. Amazing stonework.