The most striking images we took across Yorkshire this week

Here is a look back at our week in pictures.

Sunset over Leeds University Parkinson building. Picture Tony Johnson.

Our team of photographers have been busy this week taking photographs from across Yorkshire.

Looking out from Victoria Pier is a sculpture that looks like nothing else in the city. In fact, visitors to the city could be forgiven for not even knowing its there. Created by Icelandic artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir, Voyage looks out across the water of the Humber Estuary and beyond. A human figure in greenish-blue brass, the sculpture faces out in the direction that thousands of Hull trawlermen travelled, heading out to fish in the waters around Iceland.By Jonathan Gawthorpe

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Jamie Peacock pictured by the new Main Stand at the Emerald Headingly Stadium Leeds.Picture by Simon Hulme
Swinsty Reservoir is a reservoir in the Washburn valley north of Otley and west of Harrogate in Yorkshire. By James Hardisty
Panto king Billy Pearce and the cast of Aladdin at the Alhambra, Sarah Goggin, Emily Beth Harrington, Carl Sanderson, David O'Mahony and Simon Webbe from the band Blue, take a break from their performances to visit the Children and Young Persons Unit at the Bradford Royal Infirmary. Picture Tony Johnson.
Christmas trees are recycled and made into hedges at Ogden Water, near Halifax. Volunteer George Roebuck collects one of the trees by Simon Hulme
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow at the #BrexitInbetweeners debate at the Rose Bowl Atrium at Leeds Beckett University. By Jonathan Gawthorpe
Some weak January sun shines of rocky formations at the National Trust Brimham Rocks in Nidderdale by Gary Longbottom
The Haxey Hood is a 700 year-old annual event held in the village of Haxey, North Lincolnshire. The annual game takes place on the afternoon of 6th January, the Twelfth Day of Christmas. A scrum, called the 'sway', pushes a leather tube called the 'hood' to 1 of 4 pubs, where it remains until the following year's game. The story is that in the 14th century, Lady de Mowbray, wife of an Isle landowner, John De Mowbray, was out riding towards Westwoodside on the hill that separates it from Haxey. As she went over the hill her silk riding hood was blown away by the wind. Thirteen farm workers in the field rushed to help and chased the hood all over the field. It was finally caught by one of the farm workers, but being too shy to hand it back to the lady, he gave it to one of the others to hand back to her. She thanked the farm worker who had returned the hood and said that he had acted like a Lord, whereas the worker who had actually caught the hood was a Fool. Pictured Phil Palmer, Chief Boggin.By James Hardisty
A runner makes her way along the towpath alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, enjoying the mild conditions at Calverley Bridge Canalside Walk, Leeds.By James Hardisty
Official re-signing of Leeds City Councils Armed Forces Community Covenant in the HMS Ark Royal Room, Leeds Civic Hall. Representatives of the UK Armed Forces and partners as the authority underlines its continued commitment to supporting armed forces personnel and veterans by re-signing a special community covenant. Pictured standard bearer Brian Clayton.By Jonathan Gawthorpe
The famous Flying Scotsman passing Eggborough Power Station on route to York. Photo James Hardisty
Robert Walker, Sign Writer & Glass Gilder at Bates Mill, Milford Street, Huddersfield.By James Hardisty
Flora Mewies, immigration specialist at Ward Hadaway in Leeds. By James Hardisty
Bridlington in the middle of Winter by Simon Hulme