The Warkworth Castle report~part 2 colour edition.

Have returned from York with a gazillion pictures, it’s a great place for taking a camera, and it may take me a little time to get them all sorted,  but still have more from the day out in Warkworth at the weekend, so here we go on part 2.. for the history see my previous post here 

The Castle
The Castle
Tower
Tower ~ always reminds me of a rocket.
The Lion Tower
The Lion Tower
The Chapel
The Chapel

The Lost keys from prior post…

lost  keys
lost keys

Since my last trip they have refurbished The Duke’s room so it was nice to see the furniture and how a room might have looked,

The Dukes Room
The Dukes Room
Hessian walls (original) and oak furniture.
Hessian walls (original) and oak furniture. Panel details below.
detail
detail
detail
detail
detail~The Duke's crest of arms
detail~The Duke’s crest of arms
more furniture
more furniture
oak room
oak room

 

So that’s enough for now, still more to come, y’all will be bored to death of Warkworth 🙂

laters gaters

😉

 

 

 

 

13 Comments

  1. Let them come. The “detail” images are amazing. And the colors of the castle photos are brilliant.

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    1. Thanks Reinhold, I think the colour ones are my faves 🙂

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      1. The tower (2nd photo) looks like 3D. If this is handheld I am impressed. Perfect colors, sharpness and composition. Well done.

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  2. Ahh I gotta get on the PC these look incredable!! Can’t wait to see’em big 😉 and in living color. I’ll be back Fraggy

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    1. see ya later 🙂

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  3. I love looking at your images so keep them coming. The details are spectacular!

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    1. Thanks Mary, there’ll be a few more Warkworth posts yet, I do lik to make the most of a day out! 🙂

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  4. Wow, the detail,is amazing Fraggy, and the colors… , you picked an awesome day to do this! I’ve looked at these a few times now and each time I find something new to see. How incredibly awesome to be able to explore a castle, and have it pretty much in your own backyard!!! Really great job Fraggy. I look forward to the next installment ;)!!!!

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  5. Wow, your photo-perfect moments are ridiculously frequent, and yet you take fully advantage. I can’t believe you have more than this! So beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Jay, I’m very lucky to live in photo perfect land!

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  6. […] Castle as you saw from the previous report HERE sits atop a hill next to the River Croquet. The views from the windows are quite something, and […]

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