I had a few pictures of England from the more “tourist-y” days we spent there that I wanted to share.
This is Darlington Station, the day we took a train from there to London on our way back home.
We walked around York one day and stepped into York Minster Cathedral. It is one of the largest in North England.
I snapped this photo of a flower market in York while we were waiting for some others to meet up with us.
We had a few short hours after the train ride to walk around London. Here’s the London Eye in the typical cloudy and wet weather. I started to brighten it up in Photoshop, but it looked too sunny and bright compared to the actual conditions.
There’s something beautiful about the architectural details of the train station roof and the old clock in Darlington Station.
We walked by a few of these produce stands in York.
I loved the beautiful, detailed architecture at York Minster Cathedral. We were in awe of the work they were able to complete without modern machinery.
Praying we can return as a family soon!