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K10D
Posted 04/03/2024 - 19:15 Link
Washed down with a Timothy Taylor's Boltmaker bitter within the walls of The Groves Inn, Knaresborough.

A cold day needed a fair lunch prior to venturing out with the kit today.

All with a K-5 IIs and DA16-50mm f/2.8

The well worn shot lacking warmth


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the uninviting structure


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Looking for Agfa colour on a holiday snap


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The falls below


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Worth the visit for the lunch alone.

Best regards
Inspiration is rarer than a plate glass camera.....
Lubbyman
Posted 05/03/2024 - 08:52 Link
Nice. It's always a pleasure to see that view of the river and viaduct at Knaresborough. One of my children lives up the road in Harrogate but its many years since we've made the short trip to Knaresborough while visiting them. Your pictures bring back memories of lunch down by the river. Were ice creams involved too...?

Steve
Pwynnej
Posted 07/03/2024 - 15:31 Link
I lived in nearby Ripon for 6 years until 20 years ago but rarely ventured in Knaresborough even though I dated a girl who still lives there for a while....I didn't even venture far out when I worked in Harrogate....

I was suprised you mentioned Boltmaker, I love Landlord (especially draught), but when i was staying in Harrogate last year I couldn't find it.

Super shot of the river and bridge!
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LongTimeLurker
Posted 07/03/2024 - 22:17 Link
A familiar and enjoyable view of the Knaresborough skyline.

Did you meet the Yorkshire crow who was filmed in the vicinity of the castle?



Pwynnej wrote:

I was suprised you mentioned Boltmaker, I love Landlord (especially draught), but when i was staying in Harrogate last year I couldn't find it.

Did you try the Old Bell Tavern - always reliable for the good stuff.
Nigel.

Getting older and grumpier. Taking longer to decide which lens to use today.

K5 with auto-everything lenses
A collection of manual primes to keep me in touch with the pleasures of doing it old-school.

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