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Town & Country

By Philip_H
A view over the red roofscape of Beverley towards the Yorkshire Wolds. Beverley is among the finest of England's small country towns, yet it is one of the least well known. Its historic core is remarkably intact, with a great wealth of Georgian and earlier buildings lining the broad straight streets and winding lanes of the medieval town. These provide ever-changing vistas and above the modest brick and red pantile buildings soar the town's greatest architectural works, the impressive church of St Mary (centre-ground) and the even more magnificent Minster (please see previous two uploads). This shot was taken from the top of the Minster's northwest tower which is only rarely open to the public.

Thanks for all the C&C's on my last upload.

Best wishes,
Philip

Tags: Architecture East yorkshire Beverley Roofscape Yorkshire wolds Landscape and travel St marys church Market town

Voters: BarbaraR, sable, CarolG and 8 more


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sable 7 9 7 England
10 Mar 2012 1:52PM
I like this view - beautiful colours -crisp and clear - level horizon - great narrative - Eizabeth xx

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CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
10 Mar 2012 2:01PM
A wonderful vista of rooftops, Philip, and a great pov, well captured. Carol
CaroleS Plus
5 366 3 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2012 4:32PM
What a view! - Carole
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
10 Mar 2012 6:57PM
I remember taking a not dissimilar view in York but from the top of the Minster Tower: here you have a large stretch of Beverley with it's Minster included and out to the rural scene. Fine town and country shot, Philip.
Ronnie.
10 Mar 2012 9:46PM
Wonderful view captured Philip.

I donít do heights so its unlikely Iíll ever have such a image in PF. Grin


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