We will continue our little sashay around the UK with a stop in Whitby, a small town on the North Sea famous for three things as far as I can tell. Whitby Abbey (see in all its Black and White glory above), Whitby jet, a semi-precious stone of the deepest black hue that comes from fossilized monkey puzzle tree, and the fact that Bram Stoker chose this location as Dracula's landing point when he comes to England. The Ninety Nine Steps leading up the bluff to the abbey are known to all fans of the Count.
We'll do a few more pics from in and around the abbey and then a few I took in Whitby.
Keep yer eyes open! It's a beautiful world!
Till next time.