Yorkshire and the Dales
Thornton Force at Ingleton, N.Yorkshire. One of the many magnificent waterfalls at this lovely location
East Gill Force near Keld, high in Swaledale.
One of the many spectacular waterfalls at Ingleton, North Yorkshire
A tranquil pool and a fine cascade at Janet's Foss in Malhamdale, N.Yorkshire.
A view of Burnsall and its five arch bridge in Wharfedale, N.Yorkshire
A beautiful waterside home at Linton in Wharfedale, North Yorkshire.
The bridge o'er the beck at Linton in Wharfedale, North Yorkshire.
Autumn colours at Cauldron Falls, West Burton, Wensleydale. The heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
A closer view of Cauldron Falls at West Burton, Wensleydale. The heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
Afternoon sunshine breaks through on Burnt Moor. Seen from the Kirkby Stephen to Keld road at Birkdale Common, the Autumn sun lights up Birkdale Beck before it reaches Swaledale in North Yorkshire.
Morning sunshine on the autumn trees at Kettlewell, its bridge over the Wharfe and the drystone dykes in the fields above the village.
Under a bright autumn sky, the River Wharfe meanders gently on its way at Kettlewell in Wharfedale, North Yorkshire.
An angry autumn sky in Birkdale, North Yorkshire. At the far northern end of Swaledale, the road to Kirkby Stephen and the Westmorland Dales passes through some rugged and wild country.
The ruins of Crackpot Hall, a short walk from Keld, dominate this view of Swaledale in North Yorkshire.
A long abandoned building near Crackpot Hall above Keld in Swaledale, North Yorkshire. Keld can be seen in the distance.
The barns at Angram near Keld North Yorkshire. In this part of high Swaledale the field patterns and dry stone walls cry out 'The Yorkshire Dales'. Thwaite is seen in the distance.
On Birkdale Common between Nateby and Keld what remains of Black Scar House is eloquent of hard living high in the Yorkshire Dales.