Shops and cosy cafes provided welcome relief from the wind and the rain this afternoon – not too many pedestrians seen in these photographs taken around 4pm: copyright free
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A new exhibition at Beningbrough Hall offers a rare chance to see the Royal Family through the lens of one of Britain’s most renowned photographers. The late Patrick Lichfield – the professional name of the 5th Earl of Lichfield – was the first cousin once-removed to the Queen and was frequently invited to photograph the […]
Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for sending across these lovely photos – just the thing to cheer us up with all this rain!
Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club has caught the early days of autumn on a recent visit to Rievaulx. He sent them across for you to enjoy – thanks Mike. He notes – the fossils are on the two broken pillars at the front of the temple, on Rievaulx Terrace. The young couple meditating in […]
Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club was passing the fruit and veg shop in Helmsley when something caught his eye. He ponders whether it is a fruit or veg. Certainly the lady pictured found them very amusing. Find out more about them after Mike’s brilliant photographs. Gourds A gourd is a plant of the family Cucurbitaceae. Gourd is occasionally used […]
Hopefully we’ll still have some lovely sunny, warm days to enjoy before our wonderful summer passes into memory. What a great one it’s been. Here’s a photo taken by Mike Ward with the sun shining down on the market place. Thanks Mike.
A few images of the last walk of the season for the Kirkdale Walking Group, to Sutton Bank. The weather was perfect for the walk with good food in the open air at the end of the night. Mike Ward, Kirkbymoorside Camera Club – thanks Mike – fabulous vistas.
Thanks to Mike Ward once again for capturing Helmsley life on one of the many sunny days we’ve been enjoying recently.
Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for sharing these great shots. If you have any from the show you would like posted on the blog please contact us.
Mike Ward, our resident photographer from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club, took his dogs for a walk and, luckily for us, his camera too.
The Steam Rally this year enjoyed fantastic weather, I took myself up to Duncombe Park on Saturday to take some images of the Rally for the blog. All the visitors were having a good day checking out the stalls and keeping an eye on the goings-on in the big ring. All the steam engines were […]
Some great views around Helmsley and Castle Howard Arboretum. Plus Dingley Dell, (that’s if you can find it, down in the woods). Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for these latest images.
Our resident photographer Mike Ward visited Nunnington Hall over the weekend – here’s the result: Many thanks for sharing these Mike. About Nunnington Hall A picturesque Yorkshire manor house with organic garden and exciting exhibitions Enjoy the atmosphere of this beautiful Yorkshire manor house, nestled on the quiet banks of the River Rye. Explore the […]
Our local photographer Mike Ward has, between Helmsley and Nunnington.
For May Bank Holiday visitors in Helmsley the weather was just perfect. Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club who was out and about capturing a lovely day in Helmsley.
Some beautiful images from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club member Mike Ward who notes; ‘The Walled Garden at Helmsley in the sunshine. The Garden built in 1758 is a great way to spend a tranquil day, just like the two ladies from Hull, Heather and Sylvia enjoying taking photographs’. To see more of Mike’s photos of Helmsley […]
Despite the weather Helmsley is looking wonderful with some really colourful floral displays captured by Kirkbymoorside Camera Club member Mike Ward. Mike has also has provided us with another superb blog header image of the market square – thanks Mike!!
Stunning photographs of the UK’s National Parks taken by some of the country’s best landscape photographers are now on display at York Hospital. The exhibition was compiled by the North York Moors National Park Authority to celebrate the outstanding legacy of Britain’s National Parks. Accompanying each photograph is a statement by the photographer about its […]
Stunning photos again from Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for you to enjoy: Mike says: “I don’t think many people stop and look, but you can see it’s very interesting growing out of the shelter”. “On a stormy morning with rolling clouds I gave this image of Helmsley Castle a surreal effect”. Many thanks […]
The final club competition for Portraits and Natural History was held on 18th April. The competition also determined the winner of the Devon Trophy which is awarded to the member with the highest aggregate score in the print section and the Moorland Cup which is for projected images. As usual the completion is in 2 […]
Two from our regular contributor Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club. First, the recently renovated South Gate to Duncombe Park – it looks fantastic. Also just across the A170 is the village of Sproxton, where I met and had a chat with the two walkers. They had travelled from Yeadon, West Yorkshire, to spend a […]
Something a little bit different from Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club – Helmsley at night. Many thanks Mike!
Thanks to Mike Ward once again for these latest images. He says; “Not much going on,but at least the sunshine is bringing out the spring bulbs”.
Thanks to Mike for sending this humourous Easter picture in and also for providing us all with the fabulous new spring title banner image at the top of the blog – isn’t it great??!!
In the recent Open Competition held by Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club one member, Jim Cavanagh, scored top marks not only in the print section with his image ‘Eilean Donan Dusk’ but also in the Projected Image section with ‘Harkness Rocks – Bamburgh’, then to rub salt into the wounds his other two images came […]
Thanks once again to Mike Ward for another image for the blog – an unusual one this time – a drainpipe with all the detailing taken whilst on a visit to Nunnington Hall. Next time you go see if you can spot where it is!! If you have any images a bit out the ordinary […]
Commando Photography are kindly offering a free rural photoshoot to one lucky winner in North Yorkshire. The prize is a photoshoot at an outdoor location of your choosing and edited digital copies of all your images. To be in with a chance to win, simply get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org, twitter or our website and […]
Take a walk or a ride out to Rievaulx and get to know about the village, the Abbey and the Cistercian Monks – a great day out. Many thanks to Mike Ward from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club for this lovely photo.
It is great news that members of Kirkbymoorside Camera Club are going to be regular contributors to the Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside and Pickering town blogs sending interesting images of the towns for everyone to enjoy. The first Helmsley image is certainly that! Sent by Mike Ward this unusual 360 degree image is called a Planet Panno […]
Great news for readers of the Ryedale Blogs with an interest in photography. As you may know the Kirkbymoorside Town Blog has been recognised by the Media Trust as a Beacon Project, one of the top hyperlocal websites in the country, and a benefit we receive for that heady acknowledgement is free training. On December […]