Kirkby Lonsdale is a historic market town on the edge of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
The church of St Mary the Virgin which dates from the 11th century.
Another view of the church and its carpet of daffodils.
The church path down to Market Street.
On the high path above the river Lune we walked past Ruskin’s viewpoint. This plaque explains the view.
This is the actual view. I did this as a panoramic composite of two pictures.
Back in the town we walked through Swinemarket.
Salt Pie Lane.
I spotted this engraving in one of the flagstones in the lane.
The Market Square.
Looking south down Main Street from the Market Square.
The footpath from Market Street into the churchyard.
Market Street and the Sun Inn.
Another shot of Main Street.
The town information board located in the Market Square.