Young at Heart and totally Carefree
One of my favourite captures recently perfectly says it all for this weeks WordPress Photo Challenge…This lovely senior lady looks so ‘Young at Heart’ and Carefree enjoying her Ryeburn of Helmsley’s champion diary ice cream outside the York Museum.
The thing I love most is how she’s rocking those trendy Nike trainers as well…go girl 🙂
A Night in the Park
Whilst photographing Meteors and Space Stations in my previous blog post (Perseid Meteor Showers) I also managed to capture the haunting stillness of Temple Newsam House at night, although I didn’t get to close to the house, as the famous Blue Lady ghost might have been at home 😦
Hope you enjoy my photo-tour of Temple Newsam House at Night..
Hiding in the Trees
The Haunted House
Courtyard at Night
Gate House Constellations
Who turned on the LIGHTS!!!
Bright Night at Temple Newsam
Temple Newsam House at Night
Temple Newsam Courtyard Entrance
Lens Flare Heaven
The Walk Home
Someones home at the Gatehouse
I’m still reeling over the high point of the annual Perseid Meteor Shower which I witnessed over Leeds in the early hours of Tuesday in the grounds of Temple Newsam. It was such a spectacular event to just sit back and cast your eyes to the heavens and watch this celestial “natural firework display” unfold as our Earth’s orbit takes us through a stream of dusty comet fragments left behind when comet Swift-Tuttle passed close to Earth in 1992.
Amazingly my image below was also featured on the local BBC News channel …Yeah!! 🙂
Perseid Meteor Shower 2013 over Yorkshire
The meteors appear to come from a point in the constellation of Perseus, hence the name Perseid.
Perseid Meteor Shower 2013 over Leeds
I’ve got to say, to see these meteors burn up as they strike the atmosphere, creating dazzling streaks of light across the night sky was a magical solo experience…apart from the odd fox taking an interest in me and the trusty camera.
International Space Station over Temple Newsam
While I was in the grounds of Temple Newsam I also managed to capture the International Space Station as it graced the night sky over Leeds.