Knaresbrough

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I’ve been rather busy at work lately, hence the silence and I’ve also been busy out and about too. This weekend I went via train to the picturesque town of Knaresbrough.

The first trio of images are taken from the castle looking over the River Nidd.
The middle trio, well can you guess which is the real door (the others are actually painted).
It is painted in the style of trompe l’oeil, (French: “deceive the eye”) in painting, the representation of an object with such verisimilitude as to deceive the viewer concerning the material reality of the object.

The bottom trio are the views just as you get off the station and walk towards the river Nidd.

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