Arching to the light to create space,
echoes of collapsed limestone caves,
trader and merchant, family servant, slave,
dirt and straw flooded by man and beast,
this home to times past.
A view looking down the Shambles in York in the late winter evening, with the weather trying to decide between rain, snow and ice just after Boxing Day.
This street of butchers is such a draw to tourists and locals and with moments like this, you can see why.
Converted into black and white and best viewed large.
Shot on an Olympus E30.
Featured by the kind hosts of the Wide Angle Photography Group and the Olympus and Four Thirds Group and the Black and White Enthusiasts Group and Black and White Photography Group and Yorkshire Photography Group