Clifford’s Tower, York (North Yorkshire, England) – in late afternoon Autumn sun. Clifford’s Tower was the location of one of the worst anti-Semitic massacres of the Middle Ages (see English Heritage ). In Spring the slopes erupt with the mass blooming of daffodils.
I saw the plane first, then I heard it, then I saw it’s owner. I don’t know much about these things, but by my estimation the guy certainly knew what he was doing. He didn’t have it tumbling around the sky like some demented mosquito – his control had the little buzzy thing performing a series of well controlled maneuvers between periods of level flight.
Statue of Emperor Constantine by Philip Jackson. The statue is outside the Minister in York.
Arum or Calla Lily as far as I’ve been able to work out – gardening is not a strong point of mine!