What a coincidence - probably even the same daffodils!!! I bet you've eaten at the Feathers as well?!! We always stay in Helmsley on our trips up to Yorkshire - it's a beautiful town. As for the "captured this well" comment - thank you and I can return the compliment: you also "captured this well"!! I'll have a look at your gallery and see if I can spot any more favourite haunts!
Definately the same daffs, though even more blooms in your pic since they were only just coming out when I was there.
Never eaten at the Feathers, just left of your shot is a home bakery and I prefer to buy something from there and sit eating it on the bench by the bridge so I can enjoy the view. Yes I'm sure I'll have covered most of if not all of what you label favourite haunts since it is my home turf and the place I love. Many thanks
Oh that's a shame. Daffodils here herald a new beginning and we all feel much more optimistic! You don't know what you're missing! Of course it often happens that the poor little daffodils poke their heads out only to be knocked over by a late but heavy fall of snow!!
It's our crazy British weather. Today it's been snowing and was under Zero degrees (C). It's now bucketing down with rain and tomorrow, apparently, (well actually that's today now as it's almost 1 a.m.) we'll be up to 9 degrees! Plants must be doing the plant version of tearing their hair out!!
Thanks for your comment. You're probably right. Strangely had already cropped out quite a sizeable chunk from the left side and tried it with more cropping but decided that the church then became a bit too central and for me the telegraph pole stood out more so .... a bit of a dilemma: to crop more or not to crop?! Will be more ruthless next time.
Looking at the blue sky - yes it is hard to believe!! In fact this photo was taken in March last year, the day before the monsoon hit the UK!! However, I'm sure you'll agree that given good weather, parts of England are hard to beat on beauty.
Thanks for the comment. Yes, it's a beautiful town, probably our favourite of all the towns in England. The architecture in this part of Yorkshire is lovely. Yes, I think you need to visit Europe!! It has pretty much everything and most of all, of course, we have history!!