A Wet (and very White) Weekend in Whitby

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The Doomstone, York Minster.

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Whitby Abbey.

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sheer drop
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No shit …

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18th century three-decker pulpit in St Mary’s.

Stopped off at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park on the way home.

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Tony Cragg’s pieces from A Rare Category of Objects are almost designed to be photo­graphed rather than engaged with.

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See what I mean?

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A pair of burgers from Matthew Day Jackson’s eerily abject Magni­ficent Desol­ation.

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A crowd of graphite ware figures, all look the same to me, don’t shoot …

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… part of Zak Ové’s 80 strong crowd — Black and Blue: The Invisible Men and the Masque of Blackness.

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And on the way out through Jaume Plensa’s Wonderland — on the threshold of nowhere.

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