Bit late, I know. I knew it was going to be; I had other posts to do that I wanted to do before this one, and I am something of a procrastinator, but I think it could have been worse.
Anyway, I’ll get on with it now. Photos from the summer.
First, a wander through the village of Bank Newton and along its stretch of canal, with its many locks. I’ve never seen so many locks, you’ll be approaching one and another one will come into view beyond it. I haven’t uploaded pictures of all the different ones, just the photos I liked best, but you can what I mean in some of them:
Next, a walk between the towns of Earby and Foulridge.
A random pair of ducks and a random pair of horses:
Barden Bridge, and the River Wharfe nearby:
A wander around Ball Grove Park and then across to Wycoller:
Spent a few days in Salford Quays:
And here’s some pictures of a nice spot which I forget the location of. If I ever knew it, I didn’t drive there, and I’m very bad at working out where different places are in relation to eachother. I was in the car with my father once and he drove through a number of the little villages I know, and I was actually surprised at how close they all were to eachother. I think in my mind they all just existed in their own little vacuums. So yeah, I don’t really know where this is, but it was nice:
Photos taken above and around the town of Earby:
And Grass Wood and more of the River Wharfe, and also a butterfly:
And that’s my photos from the summer, excluding holidays, which get their own posts. As always, thanks for taking a look.