All around Yorkshire

A few more shots from Yorkshire, where there’s no end of rolling hills, sheep, and dry stone walls.

A lone sheep stands on the edge of a ledge looking at the camera.
A sheep looks directly at the camera.
Ed jumping in mid-air. He’s facing sideways.
Photo by Chris Natt.
Looking down at a limestone pavement in Whernside. The limestone is severely eroded and filled with grass in between.
A panorama of Ribblehead Viaduct from a distance.
Ribblehead Viaduct
Chris stood crouched just off path taking a photo of a magenta foxglove.

Malham Cove #

This was an unexpected highlight - even if the weather did deteriorate over the day. Lots more to explore here if pass this way again.

A dry stone wall crosses the frame, with green fields in the background.
An aged wooden sign on a fence says ‘No right of way’ - it’s also covered in chicken wire.
The face of Malham Cove as seen from a distance on a sunny day.
A vertical panorama from the side of Malham Cove.
A vertical panorama from the side of Malham Cove. A large rock face looms over Chris.