This gallery contains a few shots of York, taken while I was based there during the Easter holiday of 2003.

York is a fascinating city. Most of its original city wall still exists and the city centre still features its medieval street pattern of narrow lanes and alleys, on which many sixteenth century buildings still stand. York Minster, England's most important cathedral after Canterbury, dominates the skyline. The city is also enriched by its gardens and parks. As these images were shot early in the spring the trees were still rather bare and the light was on the weak side, but I hope that they serve to give some impression of the city's beauty.   

Click on any of the thumbnails for a full-sized image.

This page last updated 16th April 2005