Monday, 18 November 2013

Langstrothdale


Langstrothdale must be one of the most photogenic of the Yorkshire Dales. It's often the smaller dales that are the most stunning, wonderful for walking but less amenable to car travel as the roads are so narrow. The infant River Wharfe rises in this dale, heading south to the village of Cray, where its valley becomes Wharfedale.

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for a lovely photo that brings back memories for me - I'd almost forgotten Langstrothdale but not quite!

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  2. That's the perfect english landscape as I dream it! Really wonderful! I'd like so much to be there..

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  3. We used to be regular visitors to the Dales, but have not been for a good few years now. Lovely country and I love the dry stone walls and old barns up there.

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  4. Another stunning photo. All Creatures, Great and Small?

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  5. Such a beautiful place and a fabulous photograph.
    Liz

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  6. Wonderful, jennyfreckles. You have a winner here.

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