Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Bolton Abbey

I am often reminded on our many walks that Yorkshire is truly a beautiful county.

I must have said this a million times to hubby on Sunday as we made the most of an unexpected day off (for him) and took a trip out to Bolton Abbey - just north of Leeds.




It  was one of those glorious Indian Summer days that makes you fell glad to be alive.  We walked together and made plans for the future and generally just loved our day out.
Of course he exercised extreme patience as I photographed everything on our 9 mile walk!













We made plans to return here for a longer spell in Spring.  Well why wouldn't you!

8 comments:

Mac n' Janet said...

You're right, what a beautiful area to walk in and visit.

Rosie said...

Wonderful - what a super walk for you both - sounds perfect. Long time since I was there - I remember having a picnic at the side of the river. Such a beautiful spot:)

Bronwyn McConvey said...

What a place! The ruins, the water, the mushrooms! So many wonderful things to capture with your camera! Thanks for taking us along!!

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Rowan said...

It looks absolutely gorgeous, you were lucky to be able to take advantage of the wonderful weather. You saw a splendid array of fungi as well as some great as scenery :)

John Gray said...

The close up of the bird is a triumph x

Curtise said...

Superb photos, Diane. So beautiful - and sunshine too! xxx

Lyn said...

Gorgeous gorgeous photos!
We are having such good weather aren't we? glad you are both making the most of it xxxxx

Lisa said...

Why not indeed, it looks beautiful,
A fun day with your fun guy with lots of fungi!
Love the photo of the birds.
Lisa x