Knaresborough Workshop Night
Yorkshire is full of little market towns, each with their market square lined with pubs.
Most would think of places like Thirsk, Bedale, Masham or Pickering – but there is one far closer to Leeds than all of those.
Knaresborough is just outside Harrogate and has all of the above. The square is a delight, there is a historic feel to the place with its huge castle ruins, and best of all for photographers, a mirror-still river which reflects a huge decorative train viaduct.
McFade’s Knaresborough Night Workshop
In September 2016, we took a group around the river area of the town – starting by the bridge at Mother Shipton’s Cave, then moving on up to the castle and back via the railway station.
We finished off by showing the delegates how the Pixel Stick works – which is always great fun!
Unfortunately, the sunset never really set fire to the sky – as this shot shows. It is the main road bridge over the river Nidd, taken from downstream.
Next we walked up the little river road and captured a few views up there as we approached the viaduct.
View from the Castle
Walk back to base
Pixel Stick on the Bridge
People and the Pixel Stick