York, 27 April 2012

A few photos taken today, on the way to and from the ‘Engineers’ Triangle’. (More on that story later.) Click to enlarge.

Red boats, wide flooded river, riverside buildings

The river is up, after days of rain. From Lendal Bridge – red boats in front of the Guildhall.

Tulips, grasses, sarcophagi

Tulips flowering by a stone coffin, Museum Gardens.

Pink-flowered wildflower by rusty railings and concrete

Less structured planting – in fact not structured at all. A wildflower growing from the concrete of a wall, by rusty railings, on Cinder Lane.

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