Sunday, 14 May 2017

Up hill and down dale


Two different views of the stunning scenery in Upper Wharfedale. Streams like this one in Buckden Gill often disappear underground into the limestone, which is characterised by rocky pavements with deep clefts, potholes and underground caverns. The broad valley floor, gouged out by glaciers many thousands of years ago, holds grassy meadows full of sheep and the characteristic limestone barns.


3 comments:

  1. Saw these on FB, earlier. Glad I took the time to check out the view on the big screen. Fab.

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  2. Two beautiful Olde England images.

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  3. A great height to be looking out from.

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