The most stunning pictures taken in Yorkshire this week

The most powerful images from across Yorkshire this week

From ancient village traditions, to iconic art being displayed to stunning local wildlife.

These are some of the most striking and powerful photos from across Yorkshire and the Humber taken by our photographers this week.

The Fool James Chatwin is smoked out at ancient annual tradition the Haxey Hood, North Lincs, where crowds push a large leather tube into one of four local pubs.

1. Haxey

The Fool James Chatwin is smoked out at ancient annual tradition the Haxey Hood, North Lincs, where crowds push a large leather tube into one of four local pubs.
Simon Hulme
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Curator of archeology at York Museums Trust Lucy Creighton inspects the Fulford Ring, a medieval gold ring discovered by a metal detectorist and believed to be a 15th century love token. Danny Lawson/PA

2. York

Curator of archeology at York Museums Trust Lucy Creighton inspects the Fulford Ring, a medieval gold ring discovered by a metal detectorist and believed to be a 15th century love token. Danny Lawson/PA
Danny Lawson
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Funeral for Kartari Chand, of Bradford, who passed away at the age of 107. Mrs Chand held the record for the world's oldest married couple with late husband Karam.

3. Bradford

Funeral for Kartari Chand, of Bradford, who passed away at the age of 107. Mrs Chand held the record for the world's oldest married couple with late husband Karam.
James Hardisty
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Hiromi Willard with one of the most iconic images in the world, 'The Great Wave off Kanagawaa, which is on display in a six-week exhibition at RHS Harlow Carr.

4. Harrogate

Hiromi Willard with one of the most iconic images in the world, 'The Great Wave off Kanagawaa, which is on display in a six-week exhibition at RHS Harlow Carr.
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