- May 14th, 2013
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Went for a fantastic open water swim here this morning, and took a few panoramic shots just with an iPhone – but this one was far and away the best with the contrast. The lake was 14C but I managed a few laps.
Middleham Castle was one of the childhood homes of Richard III (the one who they recently dug up in a car park in Leicester). Middleham is up in the North Yorkshire Dales, near Leyburn. A wonderful site to visit and our first time here. A walk around, rattling off lots of pictures, and a nice picnic lunch in the grounds, followed by an ice cream at Brymor, which was on our way home. Well, it would be rude not to.
The challenge at a weekend is to go somewhere original. And we’d never been to the Yorkshire Sculpture park before. This was taken after a good couple of mile walk, and it was just one of those shots that hit you when you turn to look at a view. The focus in the middle is the TV Transmitter at Emley Moor.
On one of the last evenings in Florida, the sunset was just amazing. I took quite a few shots and this was the best one. Totally untouched, and taken on an iPhone 5.
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