|Pen and ink, sketch approx 14 x 10 inch.|
So, having done this we continued over the high wolds towards Wharram Le Street. Looking to our right, now a late misty afternoon with the sun dropping, we saw the serried rows of silhouettes, the graded intensity, indicating ranks of distant hills. It is rather amazing to think, in times past Roman soldiers would have walked through here.
A typical watercolour perhaps.
Stopping at Wharram we visited the church there. Amazingly, it was our first visit. Access was via a delightful little woodland walk, the enclosed path emerging, snowdrops at our feet, to give a fine prospect, the view of the welcoming church of St. Mary. Norman architecture being discernible here and there. A definite subject to draw.... but that is for another time.