Thursday, 2 May 2013

Haworth, Yorkshire

I took Josie to Haworth in Yorkshire as part of her 'Literary Trail' days out. She went on the Bronte Parsonage Tour while I wandered around the picturesque village taking photos.
There are some other photos on Josie's blog, click the Jaffareadstoo link on the right.

Canon 60D, 60mm Prime and 18-200mm Zoom lenses, Aperture Priority.

Bronte Parsonage

Church Tower

East Window

Church and Houses In Yorkshire Stone
Narrow Ginnels To Walk Through
Main Street And Hills Beyond
Looking Up Main Street
Cobbles on Steep Main Street

The Worth Valley Railway At Haworth

Long Cobbled Path Up To The Village From The Railway

Black Bull Pub By The Church

Kings Arms Pub At The Top Of The Hill

Local lass Enjoying A Refreshing Pint Of Timothy Taylor


  1. What a beautiful day you had! Which pub did you try?

    1. We went in the Black Bull, where we last visited 30 years ago!
      It wasn't serving lunch though, so we found a quaint cafe and had giant Yorkshire puddings filled with beef and vegetables and proper gravy!
      It was easy to walk off afterwards, as you can judge by that steep Main Street!!