The ‘Look Gallery’ at Helmsley needed some enamels. I took pictures of my latest work (here is one), packed a dozen and took them to Helmsley, a town on the other side of the North Yorkshire Moors.
The gallery took a dozen copies of my novel ‘Tom Fleck’ – so, feeling euphoric, I began taking pictures.
The town has a Norman castle for keeping Saxons and Danes in feudal order.
And a scarecrow to intimidate birds.
I bought a very good pasty at this Deli. When I was a beekeeper this shop used to buy my honey every Autumn.
So, that was Sunday.