22 of your eerily beautiful pictures of York in the fog

Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
8 Nov 2020 @ 8.28 pm
| Photography

We asked if you’d taken any good pictures of York in the fog – and we’re very glad we did.

Many of you have captured wonderful, ethereal photographs of the city in the autumn mist.

It followed publication of a set of pictures by our own David Dunning.

Looking at some of these, you half expect a Victorian gentleman in top hat to emerge from the gloom and hail a Hansom cab (Joseph Hansom being born in Micklegate, of course).

Others show off some of York’s green spaces with the mists enveloping the lush autumn foliage or still waters.

Thanks for sharing them.

Gallery

York Minster looking moody. Photograph: Jenni Suitiala
Photograph: Caroline Wilson on Twitter
Photograph: Lazlo Uzala on Twitter
York walls in the fog. Photograph: Lazlo Uzala on Twitter
‘Took these at the local church earlier this evening, bringing out the Halloween spookiness just a week late.’ Photograph: Andrew Green on Twitter
Photograph: Andrew Green on Twitter
Homestead Park. Photograph: Nick Lincoln
Photograph: Nick Lincoln
Photograph: Jon Batters
Photograph: Jon Batters
‘Newly moved to York from London and madly in love with its beauty, history and architecture.’ Photograph: Kathy King
Photograph: Kathy King
Photograph: Andy Sturgeon
Photograph: Andy Sturgeon
Clifton Green in the mist… Photograph: Jonathan Allison on Twitter
Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
‘Methought that things would look pretty photogenic in last night’s misty conditions’ Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
Photograph: Selkie Woodhouse on Twitter
Walking to work yesterday morning was like something out of Silent Hill! Photograph: Ryan S Thornton on Twitter